Diary of a Chambermaid is a 1964 black and white French film from director Luis Bunuel. Celeste (Jeanne Moreau) is a pretty, street wise chambermaid from Paris who goes to the French countryside to work at an estate. As Celeste tries to find her place in the household between the help and the employers, it seems that every male around notices her beauty, even the odd next door neighbors. A local child is murdered and Celeste believes she knows who the murderer is. Since every man in town thinks Celeste is a beauty, she begins to be very affectionate and uses her flirtatious advances toward certain men to expose the killer and bring him to justice. Luis Bunuel is known for making bold political statements in his films and this movie is no different. Shot in intriguing places in the French countryside, Diary of a Chambermaid is a thoughtful, cinematic classic.