Murderous Maids tells the story of two sisters that are just a little to close and a little too sociopathic... which means plenty of incestual lesbianism capped off with the murder of their employer. This story -- a true-ish account that occured in the 1930s -- was told in film once before in the lackluster Sister My Sister, and it keeps cropping up in plays, books, and popular culture. In fact, this version of the film is based on a novelization of the events called L'affaire Papin.
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