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Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Roma’ is a gorgeous love letter to Mexico

“Roma” is set in the middle-class Mexico City neighborhood in which Cuarón grew up, and it’s a gorgeous love letter to an alternately cloistered and turbulent childhood. The film’s focus is Cleo, a fa... read more

‘Roma’ Review: Alfonso Cuarón’s Childhood Memories Become A Film Unlike Any Other This Year

Since this is a very intimate, personal experience — a movie that charts Cuarón’s memories of childhood ... there exactly as he remembers them in 1971, when the film is set in the upper-scale Mexico C... read more

Review: 'Roma'

Set in the early '70s in Mexico City, Roma shows ... composition and his widescreen black and white photography, despite the depths of memory he exposes, Roma's roots are in shot-off-the-street neo-re... read more

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‘ROMA’ Review: Alfonso Cuarón Masterfully Bares His Soul

ROMA ... childhood, inspired by the events surrounding his parents’ divorce, so right away it’s clear this is a very personal story (he also wrote the screenplay). The film opens in 1970 and revolves ... read more


Movie Review: Masterful 'Roma' is delightful, sensuous and sad

‘Roma,” a masterful drama by Alfonso Cuarón, is many things at once: epic and intimate, mythic and mundane. Based on Cuarón’s memories of growing up in a bourgeois Mexico City household in ... read more

Review: The movie ‘Roma’ isn’t as good as you’ve heard – it’s even better

“Roma,” a masterful drama by Alfonso Cuaron, is many things at once: epic and intimate, mythic and mundane. Based on Cuaron’s memories of growing up in a bourgeois Mexico City ... his family’s old fur... read more

India's official entry, 'Village Rockstars' couldn't make it to the final five nominations.

The favourites of the season are Roma, Alfonso Cuarón's semi-autobiographical account of his childhood in Mexico City, Vice ... design for DreamWorks Animation Media Review System, a scalable digital ... read more

Alfonso Cuarón on his ‘Roma,’ which took me back to my childhood, hometown

LOS ANGELES—Although I was sitting in a dark theater in London when I watched Alfonso Cuarón’s acclaimed “Roma,” the writer-director’s autobiographical film based on his childhood instantly ... the wo... read more

Roma film review: Alfonso Cuarón's follow-up to Gravity is a meandering, neorealist valentine to the Mexico City

His last film, Gravity, was a CGI spectacular with a $100m budget. What better way to follow it than with a meandering, neorealist valentine to the Mexico City of his youth? Roma’s unhurried ... imita... read more

Oscar Week: Interview with Nominees Yalitza Aparicio & Marina de Tavira of ‘Roma’

CHICAGO – One of the more pleasant surprises of the 2018 film year was the rise of ... middle class family in the neighborhood of Roma in Mexico City. Cuarón, who also wrote the screenplay, drew on hi... read more

How the Palm Springs Film Festival Overcame a Rocky Start

Film Festival ... of Review director kudo. Not bad for a first-time helmer. Cuaron wore many hats — writer and director among them — on “Roma,” his most personal film to date and a true labor of love ... read more

Golden Globes honor ‘Bohemian Rhapsody,’ ‘Green Book’ in a night of surprises

Also receiving multiple awards was "Roma," Alfonso Cuaron's affectionate look at his childhood in Mexico City, which won for best foreign film and best director. The film has received rapturous review... read more



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