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'Roma' review: A master filmmaker remembers his Mexico City childhood

Alfonso Cuaron’s new film, “Roma,” gives you so much to see in each new vignette, in every individual composition, in fact, that a second viewing becomes a pleasurable necessity rather than a ... read more

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 ... to view a ... read more

Roma Review

Be thankful Roma exists. It's a special masterpiece, from a special, masterful filmmaker ... This is a loose interpretation of his own childhood, using sets that mirror his boyhood home in Mexico City ... read more

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‘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 ... read more


Roma review – Alfonso Cuarón's bravura ode to his Mexican childhood

Two stoical women divided by class are the heart and soul of the Oscar-winning director’s most personal film yet Newcomer Yalitza Aparicio ... A child who can apparently remember his past lives ... read more

The Politics of 'Roma': A Journey Through Mexico City's Turbulent Past and America's Divided Present

Mexico City ... formed in Roma, the ode to his childhood nanny, Liboria Rodriguez — or Libo — that will almost certainly make history as Netflix's first best picture Oscar nominee when selections are ... read more

'Roma' stirs nostalgia — and unease about the abuse of domestic workers

Roma' review: A master filmmaker remembers his Mexico City childhood » Last week, "Roma" received 10 Oscar nominations, including ones for best picture and best foreign film. Yalitza Aparicio, an ... read more

Review: Netflix's 'Roma' wows technically but suffers a slight emotional disconnect

With his new Spanish-language movie “Roma ... life of a Mexico City family and their loyal live-in maid. Beautifully shot in black and white and based on Cuaron’s own childhood, Netflix’s ... read more

Roma review: The best film of year will embarrass the stuffy Academy Awards

Is this the best film of the year? If not, it will do until another one comes along. The brilliant Alfonso Cuaron takes us back into his childhood in Roma, a neighbourhood of Mexico City, in 1970 ... ... read more

‘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

‘Roma’ review: A master filmmaker remembers his Mexico City childhood

Alfonso Cuaron’s new film, “Roma,” gives you so much to see in each new vignette, in every individual composition, in fact, that a second viewing becomes a pleasurable necessity rather than a ... 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 ... read more



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