Loved this film. Very rewarding to watch. Makes me want to go to Mexico City for the architecture. Who knew?
Amazingly shot; this is one of the best films of 2018.
Truth is not much happens in this film, yet there is so many details and character study that there is still much to take in.
This film is truly a work of art. The directorial came directly from Alfonso Cuarón's heart. A heartfelt culturalism cinematic experience.
Cuaron makes even the most personal larger than life. An arresting tale of womanhood, the universality of trauma, and all kinds of love.
A touching tale of class separation, family, motherhood, and womanhood. A true work of art
This is probably the first time I knew the definition of “raw”. This film is probably the rawest film to exist. It’s so real in every aspect
Really great story. The black and white makes it even better
Unique and real. You are pulled into a real story where the characters are real people. Alfonso brought his A game! You MUST see!
Beautiful movie, excelent photography and very good acting. This film worth be seen in a big cinema screen.
Not for casual watching, in order to understand what’s going on you have to pay attention and pickup on small details.
Intentionally slow, detailed reconstruction of once-upon-a-time old Mexico city. Be patient, it is a beautiful painting of human relations.
Slow and meditative, but profoundly emotional and carrying a quiet inevitability that lends it surprising tension. One of the year's best.
Roma is not a film, it is a pitch perfect and masterful piece of art!
Beautifully shot, Alfonso Cuarón is a master of subtleties and depicting normal life here.
A gorgeous, personal film fueled by Cuarón’s stunning portrayal of 1970’s Mexico and Aparicio’s & de Tavira’s performances.
Its slow pace in the first half, makes it a bit difficult not to bore you. But its pure visuals stun you and immerse you full into the story
Flies by, very entertaining and touching. Beauty in the small details, also I want to live in this house, it’s amazing
Every scene is beautifully crafted, with a superb composition and photography. An atmosphere of loss and destruction, so raw and so moving.
A deeply personal tribute to ones childhood and everyday life. Not a story but an experience.