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Too Late to Die Young review – misty tale of a changing Chile

History provided a resplendent context for simple domestic events in last year’s Latin American standout Roma. But in Dominga Sotomayor Castillo ... of the Chilean rural commune where this film is set ... read more

Cannes Film Review: ‘Song Without a Name’

The film’s wistful, elegiac tone, immaculate monochrome cinematography and compassionate focus on disenfranchised indigenous women will inevitably prompt surface-level comparisons to Alfonso Cuarón’s ... read more

‘Beanpole’ Review: A Brutal and Achingly Beautiful Drama About Post-War Trauma — Cannes

The chipped green paint of Iya’s apartment walls, the sour white light that soaks the hospital windows, and the 600 meters of period-perfect set that Balagov’s “Roma”-caliber production ... Aleksandr ... read more

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Romanian film review – Music and Agony: Heads and Tails

And herein lies the twist: it was not any song, but a “manea”, a genre of pop music with oriental rhythms and folk elements, mainly associated with the ‘lower’ classes, and especially Roma ... Tănase ... read more

Quentin Tarantino Compares Once Upon A Time In Hollywood To Pulp Fiction

Alfonso [Cuarón] had Roma and Mexico City, 1970 ... wild and exciting considering how Quentin Tarantino has requested that nobody spoil the film in their reviews. While Once Upon a Time in Hollywood ... read more

Screenwriter from Kirkwood enjoying solid reviews from Cannes

Reviews from Cannes Film Festival are in, and STL native Michael J ... women will inevitably prompt surface-level comparisons to Alfonso Cuarón’s 'Roma' ..." The Hollywo od Reporter also gave the film ... read more

'Song Without A Name': Cannes Reviews

There are similarities here with Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma which go beyond the striking black and white ... both feature wrenching depictions of interrupted motherhood. The film’s premiere in the ... read more

Film Review | Happy As Lazzaro: An insidious happiness

More recent paragons of quiet suffering can also be found: perhaps most notably in Alfonso Cuaron’s award-winning, partly autobiographical Roma, which bears another ... Alba in a spoiler-y role during ... read more

Dundee United v Roma 1983/84

15 Apr Game of Thrones S8E1 review: reunions, revelations ... 9 Apr The best additions to Amazon Prime Video in April ... 5 Apr The best additions to Netflix in April 2019 ... read more

Netflix’s Oscar-winning Roma deserves the high praise

In the Colonia Roma neighborhood of 1970s Mexico City, Cleo tends to the house, children, and adults in the home for which she serves as a live-in maid. The beginning of the film is devoted to the ... read more

Oscars 2019: ‘Roma’ named best foreign film

Find a full list of 2019 Oscar winners, as they are announced, at ‘Roma’ movie review: A word before you stream this Netflix gem ... Alfonso Cuarón's latest drama is intimate, personal -- ... read more

How Much Would ‘Roma’ Have Grossed With a Traditional Release? We Have An Answer

to help generate film reviews. Awards candidates like “Beasts of No Nation” and “Mudbound” played a little wider. The three-week, pre-streaming release of “Roma” was a unique effort for Netflix. The ... read more

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