I'm trying to find a short film again that I watched a while ago, probably on YouTube. The setting is in a society that has entirely reversed gender roles, but is otherwise very similar to ours.
The plot is about a family that could probably be characterized as white trash living in a suburban house. The family is led by a matriarch, a tough, non-nonsense woman in her 40s. She has adult daughters living at home. One of them is a car aficionado and, I think, owns a spiffed-up ride.
The family is assaulted and robbed by a gang led by another, younger woman who pretended to be the new neighbor, so that she was invited inside.
There are maybe two men in the household. The movie entirely reverses the gender roles: The men perform the stereotypical female household roles and wear aprons. The women tell them what to do. At some point during the robbery the matriarch makes a stand, saying something along the lines "I can tolerate [all kinds of abuse] but I cannot let you beat [or scare, frighten, harass, assault?] my men", again gender-reversing a stereotypically protective male attitude towards women. At some point she takes a pretty heavy beating herself in a very stoic fashion.
All my attempts to find this movie again failed, partly because the keywords to search for are all very common.