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A story that chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.... (Full plot summary below)

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

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Daily Telegraph (UK) - 10/10 by Robbie CollinEvery individual scene feels filled with the lucid detail of a formative recollection or a recurring dream.
Newcity - 10/10 by Ray PrideDogs everywhere. Human cannonballs... The occasional earthquake. A street massacre... There is blood and birth and gunfire and the eternal pull of the ocean itself, the great, sweeping, amniotic yet deadly sea.
L.A. Biz - 10/10 by Annlee EllingsonCuarón depicts these small moments with cinematic virtuosity, filming in rich black and white -- the director did his own cinematography -- with long continuous takes.
The New Yorker - 10/10 by Anthony LaneRoma is persuasive in its beauty. It wins you over. The face of Aparicio, in the leading role, is not placidly resigned but serene in its stoicism, and if she is less a participant than a bystander during the major convulsions of the era, well, few of us can claim to be much more.
Salt Lake Tribune - 10/10 by Sean P. MeansCuarón captures tiny moments in exceptional detail, finding the humor and tears in the everyday.
Chicago Tribune - 10/10 by Michael PhillipsRoma gives you so much to see in each new vignette, in every individual composition, in fact, that a second viewing becomes a pleasurable necessity rather than a filmgoing luxury.
The Seattle Times - 10/10 by Moira MacdonaldAlfonso Cuarón’s Roma is a wondrously pure example of one of the great gifts that cinema can give us: to drop us into a time, a place and a life; immersing us in the sounds and the sights and the emotions, large and small, experienced by someone we’re not.
Rolling Stone - 10/10 by Peter TraversIf a thing of beauty is a joy forever, as John Keats famously said, then the surpassing loveliness and bracing brilliance of Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma will never pass into nothingness.
Entertainment Weekly - 10/10 by Chris NashawatyExperiencing the lovely and lyrical Roma, you get the impression that at age 56, Cuarón not only wanted to get these still-vivid memories down on film, but that he also needed to. You’ll be glad he did. Because movies with this much empathy and humanity don’t come along very often.
Vanity Fair - 10/10 by Richard LawsonThis period so full of dazzlingly intricate visual poetry, so teeming with sensory spirit, that trying to review it is a bit like trying to review all of life. Which may sound a bit grandiose, but Cuarón’s magnum opus provokes such turgid sentiment.

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