Roma (2018)

In 1970s Mexico City, two domestic workers help a mother of four while her husband is away for an extended period of time.


Had to pause it to try to make that pose with my eyes closed

a year ago


This film gave me a familiar feeling. I feel what he felt being a child, being ignorant of the struggles that the grown ups have, what their fears are.. we are so naive when we are kids, and then we become adults too and we start to think about our loved ones and what we saw growing up, we began to be consious and finally understand the deeps of our past days, this film hit home.

a year ago


Me 45 minutes in: What exactly is the point of this film? It's shot well, but I just don't get what critics see in it.

Me after credits, having sobbed twice: I completely get it. A masterpiece in every sense of the word.

a year ago

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