Roma

dir. Alfonso Cuarón

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Ficción, 138 min.
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Sinopsis

Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio) is a young domestic worker that works for a family in the upper middle class colonia Roma, Mexico City. In this love letter writen to the women that raised him, Cuarón took inspiration from his own childhood to paint a realistic and moving portrait of the domestic conflicts and social hierarchies that sorrounded the political climate of the 1970's.

Director / Alfonso Cuarón Production / Gabriela Rodríguez, Alfonso Cuarón, Nicolás Celis, Esperanto Filmoj, Participant Media Screenplay / Alfonso Cuarón Cinematography / Alfonso Cuarón Editing / Alfonso Cuarón, Adam Gough Art Director / Eugenio Caballero Custome Design / Anna Terrazas Sound / Sergio Díaz, Skip Lievsay, Craig Henighan, José Antonio García Special Effects: Alejandro Vázquez Cast / Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Marco Graf, Daniela Demesa, Carlos Peralta, Nancy García, Verónica García, Andy Cortés, Fernando Grediaga, Jorge Antonio Guerrero, José Manuel Guerrero Mendoza, Latin Lover, Zarela Lizbeth Chinolla Arellano, José Luis López Gómez, Edwin Mendoza Ramírez, Clementina Guadarrama, Enoc Leaño, Nicolás Pérez Taylor Félix, Kjartan Halvorsen

Alfonso Cuarón

Mexico City, 1961. Director, screenwriter and producer. He was the winner of the 2014 Academy Best Director Award. He is considered one of the most renowned mexican directors of his generation, alongside Guillermo del Toro and Alejandro González Iñárritu, who have also gained international recognition. His mos recent film, "Roma," won several academy awards, such as best director, best cinematography and best foreign languaje film. "Roma" has also received several awards at many other renowned film festival, worldwide.

Filmografia

  • 2018 – Roma
  • 2013 – Gravity
  • 2006 – Children of Men
  • 2004 – Harry Potter y el prisionero de Azkabán
  • 2001 – Y tu mamá también
  • 1998 – Great Expectations
  • 1995 – A Little Princess
  • 1991 – Solo con tu pareja
 

Notas

“Alfonso Cuarón’s neorealist drama about a family in early-’70s Mexico City is a luminous vision that insists on floating above its characters.”
— Owen Gleiberman : Variety.

“The wonderful and revealing, Cuarón’s opus is familiar even to those who were born in the other side of the border.”
— Claudia Puig: Remezcla

“The sumptuous film, based on Cuarón’s own childhood, reverberates not only with innocence but with the awful intuition of its collapse.”
— Anthony Lane: The NewYorker

“Roma’ assembles its narrative out of small moments, as the director’s camera pans slowly through various scenes to soak in the distinctive locale, while dispensing tidbits of story details from unlikely places.”
— Eric Kohn: Indiewire

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