Keaton Malone’s review published on Letterboxd:
Possibly the best directed film I’ve seen. The long shots are so fantastic, yet don’t seem like their showing off. The tracking shots are expertly done and the absolute effort of having such set pieces is magnificent. The acting is superb, as they all seem so human. This is mostly due to the script, though, that’s heart breaking, yet hopeful and makes the characters relatable, flawed, and three dimensional. I need to revisit Roma, as I’m so impressed by the utter talent of Alfonso Cuaron.