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Roma (Alternate Title: Roma (2018 film)) is available to stream on NetFlix. It was released in 2018 and has a runtime of 135 minutes. Roma is a 2018 Spanish Drama film written and directed by Alfonso Cuaron. The Film was Produced by Alfonso Cuaron. The Film features Yalitza Aparicio in the lead role along with Marina De Tavira, Diego Cortina Autrey, Carlos Peralta, Marco Graf in supporting roles. It was released on 14th December 2018. The Film was made on a budget of $15 million and at the box office it grossed only $1 million.The title refers to the Colonia Roma a neighborhood in Mexico City.

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Release Date 14 DEC 2018
Run Time 135 MINUTES
Budget $ 15 MILLION
Language

Spanish, English, Norwegian, Japanese

Genre

Drama

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MOVIE PLOT

The film's events take place in 1970 and 1971, predominantly in the Colonia Roma neighborhood of Mexico City. Cleo (named after the Cléo character in Agnès Varda's Cléo from 5 to 7) is a maid in the household of Sofia, whose household consists of her husband Antonio, their four young children, Sofia's mother, Teresa, and another maid, Adela. Antonio, a doctor, leaves for a conference in Quebec. Among scenes of Cleo's life with the family – her cleaning, cooking, taking the kids to and from school, serving them meals, putting the kids to bed and waking them up – it becomes clear that Sofia and Antonio's marriage is strained. After a brief return, Antonio leaves again, saying he is going to Quebec for a few weeks.


In their time off, Cleo and Adela go out with their boyfriends, Fermín and Ramón, to the theater. At the entrance, Cleo and Fermín decide to rent a room instead of seeing the movie. Fermín, while naked, shows off his martial arts skill using the shower curtain rod as a pole. At another date, both couples meet in a movie theater, where Cleo tells Fermín that she thinks she is pregnant. As the movie is about to end, Fermín says he is going to the rest room and will be back, but then does not return and is nowhere to be found when Cleo goes outside. Cleo reveals the same concern to Sofia, who takes her to get checked at the hospital where Antonio works. The doctor there confirms her pregnancy.


Sofia takes Cleo, Adela, and her children to a family friend's hacienda for New Year's. Both the landowners and the workers mention recent tensions over land in the area. During the celebrations, a fire erupts in the forest. Everyone helps put out the fire as a man counts down the remaining seconds of 1970 before singing in the foreground.


Back in the city, Cleo accompanies the children and their grandmother to a movie theater (to watch Marooned) as Antonio is seen rushing in the other direction with a young woman. Sofia tries to hide Antonio's departure from the children, but her older son learns of it by eavesdropping in on a phone conversation. She asks him to not tell his younger siblings who believe their father is still away on business in Canada.


Through Adela's boyfriend, Cleo finds Fermín at an outdoor martial arts training class, but he refuses to acknowledge that the baby is his and threatens her to never look for him again.



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AWARDS

0 WON
3 NOMINATED
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2 NOMINATED
Satellite Awards
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14 NOMINATED
Seattle Film Critics Awards
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10 NOMINATED
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards
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10 NOMINATED
Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards
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10 NOMINATED
San Francisco Film Critics Circle
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9 NOMINATED
Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards
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9 NOMINATED
St. Louis Film Critics Association, US
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8 NOMINATED
Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Awards
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7 NOMINATED
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards
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6 NOMINATED
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards
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5 NOMINATED
Atlanta Film Critics Circle
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4 NOMINATED
Phoenix Critics Circle
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4 NOMINATED
Utah Film Critics Association Awards
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4 NOMINATED
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards
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4 NOMINATED
New York Film Critics, Online
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4 NOMINATED
Houston Film Critics Society Awards
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4 NOMINATED
Detroit Film Critics Society, US
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3 NOMINATED
Philadelphia Film Critics Circle Awards
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3 NOMINATED
AACTA International Awards
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3 NOMINATED
Indiana Film Journalists Association, US
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3 NOMINATED
Palm Springs International Film Festival
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3 NOMINATED
British Independent Film Awards
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3 NOMINATED
New York Film Critics Circle Awards
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3 NOMINATED
Toronto International Film Festival
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2 NOMINATED
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards
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2 NOMINATED
African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA)
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2 NOMINATED
Camerimage
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2 NOMINATED
José María Forqué Awards
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1 NOMINATED
Adelaide Film Festival
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1 NOMINATED
Santa Barbara International Film Festival
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1 NOMINATED
Goya Awards
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1 NOMINATED
Gotham Awards
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1 NOMINATED
Film Independent Spirit Awards
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1 NOMINATED
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards
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1 NOMINATED
Hollywood Film Awards
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1 NOMINATED
National Board of Review, USA
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1 NOMINATED
Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA)
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