Some critics told the Mexican-born actress to "stay out of politics" after she pointed out the Oscars success of her compatriots.
While it tells a very specific story set in an equally specific time and place, “Roma” nevertheless illustrates universal experiences shared by contemporary domestic workers.
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Alfonso Cuaron has won the Directors Guild Award for top feature film for "Roma," keeping up his awards-season momentum. Cuaron topped Bradley Cooper for "A Star Is Born," Spike Lee for "BlacKkKlansman," Adam McKay for "Vice," and Peter Farrelly for "Green Book." "Thank you, cabron -- you are my film career," a deeply moved Cuaron […]
HuffPost Mexico’s editor-in-chief challenges fans of the actress to consider how they treat historically oppressed people in their own lives.
Alfonso Cuarón's movie “Roma” is expected to become the first Spanish-language movie to win an Oscar for Best Picture, and Cuarón is favored to take home his second Best Director win.
Alfonso Cuarón's moving film is a first-rate Oscar contender. But, as is becoming standard for Netflix, it didn't get there without a lot of drama.