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

In 1970s Mexico City, two domestic workers help a mother of four while her husband is away for an extended period of time. Written and directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón (Gravity).

"A majestic feat of filmmaking, an intimate portrait of a family that also serves as a broad portrait of a changing nation. Cuaron creates such a vibrant world – with one of the most intricate sound designs I’ve ever heard – that it demands to be seen on the biggest canvas possible." – Barry Hertz, Globe and Mail 

"Alfonso Cuarón delivers a study of a young woman named Cleo, who works as a nanny and housekeeper (first-time actress Yalitza Aparicio), and the relationship she has with her employers in Mexico City. Stunning in black and white, the film contemplates the ways in which Cleo's bond with her employers can seem almost familial and the ways in which it emphatically isn't. She is both never alone and always alone, and she is crucial to the survival of a family that isn't always present for her. Roma will come to Netflix, but also to some theaters, and it is well worth searching out on a big screen." — Linda Holmes, NPR

"Shot in mesmerizingly beautiful widescreen black-and-white, “Roma” works both as a personal statement and a larger philosophical humanist love letter to life itself. I’m looking forward to seeing it again." – Glenn Kenny,

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Directed by: 
Alfonso Cuarón
Running Time: 
Mexico, USA
Spanish with English Subtitles
Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Diego Cortina Autrey
Screenplay by: 
Alfonso Cuarón

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