Roma — Official Teaser Trailer


added: Thu, Aug 16th '18

It's his first movie since winning an Oscar for directing 2013's space drama "Gravity." And it's also his first Netflix film, which seems to mark a return to his arthouse roots.

Check out the first official teaser trailer for "Roma," a 1970s period piece from Oscar-winning Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron.

Beautifully shot in black and white with Cuaron operating as his own cinematographer, the film paints a portrait of Mexico City in the early 1970s as told through the eyes of several Mexican characters whose lives may or may not connect.

Seemingly a nod to Federico Fellini's semi-biographical 1972 film "Roma," Cuaron's Netflix film appears to follow the same loose, fluid structure, presenting a series of unconnected scenes depicting family life during a turbulent period in Mexico.

Set to make its world premiere later this month at the Venice Film Festival, Cuaron's "Roma" will be released in select theaters and simultaneously on Netflix later in the year. The film is also scheduled to play at the New York Film Festival in October.

A story that chronicles a tumultuous year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.


directed by   Alfonso Cuaron

release date   2018 (in select theaters and on Netflix)

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