Netflix ROMA - Streaming on Netflix December 14, 2018

bloodsnake007

Ltd. Ed./Birthdays/Video Game Mod
Moderator
Premium Supporter
May 18, 2013
26,430
AZ, U.S.A
Reactions
67,064 17 0
#1
0.00 star(s) Rating: 0.00/5 0 Votes
Title: Roma

Genre: Drama

Director: Alfonso Cuarón

Cast: Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Diego Cortina Autrey, Carlos Peralta, Marco Graf, Daniela Demesa, Nancy García 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 Peréz Taylor Félix, Kjartan Halvorsen

Release: 2018-12-14

Runtime: 134

Plot: A story that chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.

 

bloodsnake007

Ltd. Ed./Birthdays/Video Game Mod
Moderator
Premium Supporter
May 18, 2013
26,430
AZ, U.S.A
Reactions
67,064 17 0
#2
Source: ComingSoon

Netflix has released the first teaser trailer for ROMA, which serves as director Alfonso Cuarón’s first theatrical release in four years since his work on Gravity. Make sure you check out the teaser below and let us know what you think!

ROMA chronicles a turbulent year in the lives of a middle-class family in 1970s Mexico City. Cuarón, inspired by the women from his childhood, delivers an artful ode to the matriarchy that shaped his world.

A vivid portrayal of domestic strife and social hierarchy amidst political turmoil, the film follows a young domestic worker Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio) from Mixteco heritage descent and her co-worker Adela (Nancy García), also Mixteca, who work for a small family in the middle-class neighborhood of Roma. Mother of four, Sofia (Marina de Tavira), copes with the extended absence of her husband, Cleo faces her own devastating news that threatens to distract her from caring for Sofia’s children, whom she loves as her own. While trying to construct a new sense of love and solidarity in a context of a social hierarchy where class and race are perversely intertwined, Cleo and Sofia quietly wrestle with changes infiltrating the family home in a country facing confrontation between a government-backed militia and student demonstrators.

Filmed in luminous black and white, ROMA is an intimate, gut-wrenching and ultimately life-affirming portrait of the ways, small and large, one family maintains its balance in a time of personal, social and political strife.

ROMA will be available in theaters and on Netflix later this year, produced by Esperanto Filmoj and Participant Media.
 
Movie information in first post provided by The Movie Database