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Film Review: ROMA Sees Alfonso Cuarón at His Most Personal and Ambitious Alike

With Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma, though, there’s another reason that you should consider going out of your way to see it ... lit by a movie screen, falls apart in much the same way as she realizes that her ... read more

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The following review is part of our coverage of the ... Getting to that moment, though, is where the film truly shines. Like stacking sexually and violently charged dominoes, Noé and his cast/collabor... read more

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Critics Consensus: Roma finds writer-director Alfonso Cuarón in complete, enthralling command of his visual craft - and telling the most powerfully personal story of his career. Synopsis: The most per... read more

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TIFF Film Review: ROMA Sees Alfonso Cuarón at His Most Personal and Ambitious Alike

The following review is part of our coverage ... boyfriend isn’t coming back for his jacket, or for her, after she tells him she’s pregnant during a movie date. Slowly, subtly, the visuals and the sub... read more



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