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- Yalitza Aparicio
- Marina de Tavira
- Diego Cortina Autrey
- Carlos Peralta
- Marco Graf
- Daniela Demesa
- Nancy García García
- Verónica García
- Andy Cortés
- Fernando Grediaga
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- Alfonso Cuarón's first film since Gravity (2013).
- The cloth's width that an apprentice uses to blindfold Master Zovak (Latin Lover) changes in shots.
- Cleo: I like being dead.
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I can't believe the director is so damn talented! It makes me want to make a movie of my grandparents lives and how they came to the United States.
The editing required more snipping. The story: more substance. Frankly, don't see why the hype.
Roma is hypnotic and transporting and sublime, everything a movie seen on the big screen ought to be.
There’s a lot of love in ROMA, and, as is the way with love, it doesn’t always arrive in ways that are equal, or reciprocated, or even endure. His first film to be set in his homeland since Y Tu Mama Tambien in 2001 is Alfonso Cuarón’s most personal film, and his most honest. It may even be his best.
Roma may not be the memoir film many might have expected from such an adventurous, sometimes raunchy, sci-fi/fantasy-oriented filmmaker, but it’s absolutely fresh, confident, surprising and rapturously beautiful.