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3,133 Ratings


Directed by Alfonso Cuarón
Mexico, United States, 2018


This film chronicles a middle-class family in the 1970s who dwell in the Roma neighborhood, in Mexico City. The restrained film is mostly seen through the eyes of the family’s young housekeeper, Cleo who’s viewed as an extended member of the family and she is treated just like one of them.

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Roma Directed by Alfonso Cuarón

Awards & Festivals

Venice Film Festival

2018 | 2 wins including: Golden Lion

Academy Awards

2019 | 7 nominations including: Best Actress

2019 | 3 wins including: Best Director

Independent Spirit Awards

2019 | Winner: Best International Film

Toronto International Film Festival

2018 | 3rd place: People's Choice Award

[Cleo’s] baby dies in the background, in a scene that disturbed me more for its virtuosity, which seemed out of touch with what was happening in it.
February 22, 2019
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Cuarón has spoken of the guilt that likely steered the film’s focus towards Cleo and away from a more explicitly self-centred exercise in recreation. What might feel a little grating, I think, is the attempt to assuage post-hoc guilt through an auteurist reach that, by nature of its content, indulges self-reflexivity.
January 20, 2019
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This may seem like an old argument about the relevance of auteur theory or the inevitability of artistic imitation. It is neither. Imitation or appropriation, like any other artistic approach, can and has been a valuable method of creative practice. Roma, on the other hand, does not acknowledge its debt to this practice, nor its debt to the dialectics of time.
January 15, 2019
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