Cole Duffy’s review published on Letterboxd:
How ironic that Netflix’s first Masterpiece with a capital M demands to be seen on the silver screen. Shot in 65mm and mixed in Atmos to audial perfection, Roma is a testament to the power of cinema. There’s a grace and beauty to the film that is extremely rare to come by, but Alfonso Cuarón has that golden touch; a gift from God. For 135 minutes, Roma brings you into its world, but the carefully designed settings and the strong characters - especially Yalitza Aparicio, who in her first role, makes a claim for the best performance of the decade - will stick with you long after the credits roll.