‘Roma’ Review

Stars: Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, Diego Cortina Autrey, Carlos Peralta, Marco Graf, Daniela Demesa, Nancy García García, Verónica García, Andy Cortes, Fernando Grediaga, Jorge Antonio Guerrero, José Manuel Guerrero Mendoza | Written and Directed by Alfonso Cuaron

It physically pains me to report that Alfonso Cuaron’s long anticipated follow up to his 2013 critically acclaimed masterpiece Gravity is, unfortunately, a flat and ever prolonged emotional dud. A one-hundred and thirty-minute passionate project that’s based on Cuaron’s own childhood, Roma follows a family and their maid that slowly but surely unfolds its flush hand in a sad manner of a placid, albeit weighted emotional substance that fleets in such an elongated and weak fashion.

Roma begins in a beautifully intoxicating fashion via outrageously beautiful visuals that are executed throughout in astounding monochrome from director ,and first time credited cinematographer, Alfonso Cuaron. Primarily enforcing slow pans that encapsulate the broader
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