Texas and California based actor/filmmaker
Roma has easily become the best film I’ve ever seen and has dethroned Back To The Future as my favorite movie of all time. Cuarón beautifully captures the life of an indigenous woman in Mexico City in 1970.
Cuarón perfectly showed both his love for México and his anger as well throughout the film with different jabs directed towards the government and the toxic masculinity that infects Mexican culture as well as showing his love for the hard working people…
HOOPTOBER VOL. II EPISODE V
I appreciate the surreal and dream like state of the movie and how enchanting it feels but that’s all the charm it has. The story was extremely slowly paced and didn’t have a very fulfilling payoff and i didn’t really feel much of a connection with any character. I understand its influence in the future and I def took notes but it takes more than just aesthetics to make a good movie