𝕁𝕖𝕞’s review published on Letterboxd:
"We are alone. No matter what they tell you, we women are always alone."
Roma is a beautifully shot, intimate portrayal of everyday life. Based on real-life experiences and memories from director Alfonso Cuarón, the film is impeccably shot in a digital, completely clear black & white. I would give this film a full-out review but honestly, I'm so overwhelmed I can't put my thoughts into words.
Please check this out and read the various articles about the film's production it will only get you to appreciate it more.
Bravo Alfonso Cuarón!
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🔜 The Departed
🔜 Dark Waters
🔜 Rear Window
🔜 Train To Busan (requested by Ken Bowes)
If you want to suggest a film that I should watch leave a comment on this list it just might fall in it.