‘Roma’ Is the Year’s Best Film, Say Los Angeles Film Critics

  • The Wrap
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named “Roma,” Alfonso Cuaron’s elegant Spanish-language drama drawn from events in his childhood, the best film of 2018. Lee Chang-dong’s quietly gripping Korean-language film “Burning” was named runner-up.

Roma” also won the top prize from the New York Film Critics Circle, marking the 13th time that the two top regional critics’ groups have agreed in the 45 years that they’ve both been handing out awards.

The two groups have both honored four films that have gone on to win the Oscar for Best Picture and nine that have not won the Oscar, including “Boyhood” and “The Social Network” in the last decade.

Also Read: 'Roma' Film Review: Alfonso Cuarón's Intimate Epic Proves Less Is More

This year is the fourth time the L.A. critics have named a foreign-language film the year’s best, after “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
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