Roma — Official Trailer


added: Tue, Nov 13th '18

Netflix has unveiled a brand new trailer for "Roma," Oscar-winning filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron's much-buzzed-about black-and-white foreign drama, which follows a middle-class family in Mexico City as they struggle through an emotional year during the chaotic 1970s.

Winner of the Golden Lion, the Best Film Award, at this year's Venice Film Festival, "Roma" is already being touted as a possible Oscar contender and first-time actor Yalitza Aparicio, who plays the family's live-in nanny, is also viewed as a potential front-runner.

Loosely based on Cuaron's own childhood -- as he describes it as "a love letter to the women who raised him," the film is seemingly a visually sumptuous snapshot of Mexico amid the political upheavals of the early 1970s.

With Cuaron serving as his own cinematographer, "Roma" has generated considerable buzz, becoming one of the best reviewed films of the year -- and one of the best Netflix original films ever.

"Roma" will open exclusively in limited theaters on November 21st and will then be released three weeks later on Netflix on December 14th.

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

starring   Yalitza Aparicio, Marina deTavira, Nancy Garcia

release date   November 21, 2018 (exclusive limited theatrical engagements), December 14, 2018 (on Netflix)

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