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Review: 'Roma' lives up to lofty expectations with a beautiful, deliberate and ultimately moving portrait of domestic life
Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” has been the talk of the international film world since it won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in September, and at first — but only at first — it’s hard to see ... read more
‘Roma’ or ‘Cold War’ For Best Foreign Language Oscar? Ranking the Nominees’ Chances
Pawlikowski grew up ... domestic release on about 250 screens, with a total of 600 locations worldwide. But it’s also been seen in 190 countries on Netflix. Set in 1971 in Cuarón’s old neighborhood in ... read more
Roma Lets Domestic Workers Finally Feel Seen
Even though Cleo has her hands full, she takes the time to soak up the sun ... playful scene. Roma accomplishes something that we rarely get to see: an emotional portrait that shows the depth of ... read more
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Perhaps because they have so much more to compete with, this volume’s evocations of domestic life ... he might end up as just a critic; there were moments when I wished he had. The difficulty of ... read more
This year was filled with fantastic films. Here are our favorites
Yet, Ready Player One ended up exceeding my expectations in nearly every way ... likely be in the thick of that race again this year with Roma, a semi-autobiographical and exquisitely realized ... read more
The city welcomes two new arts festivals, Moe's mural makes a splash, and artists talk "exposure myth"
This past October events around town put poetry in people's faces, from street art to pop-up spoken word nights to kid ... artist Hirona Matsuda; housed the beautiful and evocative portraits of women ... read more
Alfonso Cuarón reveals the hidden layers of 'Roma'
If you haven’t yet seen “Roma,” it’s not ... intensely personal story of a domestic worker’s day-to-day life in 1970s Mexico City (in black and white, in Spanish) and build a kind of wall of low ... read more
Special Report: The two lives of Angela Merkel
One clue, standing on a shelf behind her desk, is a small portrait ... authority in the domestic sphere. What’s gone wrong? Besides German objections to bailing out tax-evading Greeks, Merkel in many ... read more
And Now Please Thank the Servant Class
Those expectations help ... And, crucially, Roma isn’t being told from the perspective of the young Cuarón, which might justify a kind of solipsistic, employer’s-eye perspective on the nanny’s life; ... read more
‘Roma’ lives up to lofty expectations with a beautiful portrait of domestic life
Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” has been the talk of the international film world since it won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in September, and at first — but only at first — it’s hard to see ... read more