Roma (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie

Roma (2018) 1080p

Roma is a movie starring Yalitza Aparicio, Marina de Tavira, and Diego Cortina Autrey. A story that chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.

IMDB: 8.76 Likes

  • Genre: Drama |
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.17G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 134
  • IMDB Rating: 8.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 55 / 358

The Synopsis for Roma (2018) 1080p

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


The Director and Players for Roma (2018) 1080p

[Director]Alfonso Cuaron
[Role:]Carlos Peralta
[Role:]Diego Cortina Autrey
[Role:]Marina de Tavira
[Role:]Yalitza Aparicio


The Reviews for Roma (2018) 1080p


I was NOT mentally and emotionally prepared for this!Reviewed byphilipposx-12290Vote: 8/10

I can't believe the pure emotion Alfonso Cuarons "Roma" got out of me.On a technical level, this movie is as great as a movie can get.In terms of cinematography, directing, editing, sound & art design, setting, color grading and especially performances this is beyond perfection.Cuaron uses extremely long takes to evoke certain emotions and put you into 1970 Mexico. Unlike everything else the characters feel so real, so down to earth and so drowned by the world.

And yet Cuaron manages to put some magic into his movie and the brutality of his realism. I will not spoil, but only say forest fires.There are two more absolutely stunning, breathtaking and completely destructive scenes in the movie the had me emotionally out of my seat.The performance by the movies main star is worth the Oscar, if anything.

This is cruel cinema. Cinema at its best, but cinema that isn't easy to swallow. Objectively this is easily in the top 5 films of 2018 and it is something that you really have to watch on the big screen to appreciate all of Cuarons love for detail and symbolism.

Emotion, realism and intensityReviewed bybriefexistanceVote: 10/10

I went to my local cinema to watch this film, it was around 4 pm, and when it ended, it was around 6:15. I live in central Mexico, the sunset was setting with beautiful yellowish-red clouds, the elote-guy was there, serving "esquites" or "chascas", and the local camote men passed through my house later that night... It was, refreshing, reinvigorating how for the first time in my entire life, a movie made me look my usually boring and small hometown, in a different but really, really beautiful way. It was the first time, that I felt really proud, really happy to be in the place I was, that showed me how my country is enriched with culture, struggle, aesthetic and paraphernalia you won't find anywhere else in the world. Close to the cinema there are some old offices with that aesthetic of the late 80s, kind of similar to the ones presented here. To me, going into the cinema theater and then going out to the real-life scenario, for the first time, I felt how it was merged and enhanced. My perspective was intensified, everything was more vivid and beautiful to the point I just wanted to cry.

After this introduction to my own personal experience, wow. The movie... The film was just, in a few words: extremely captivating, mystical, beautiful, raw, sad, aesthetic, poetic. Basically, a truthful and real portrayal of the urban post-modernist Mexico, with a main story of the lives of 2 Mexican woman with different backgrounds that share similar struggles.

My only critique, to be honest, is that, I would really loved if the movie showed us and enhanced, a bit more of Cleo's indigenous background, because that's a huge part of Mexico's enriched cultural personality; but I guess Cuaron's intention was not to get too deep in this aspect of the country, but instead to show how us how a urban-middle class family woman helper gets intertwined with very intense emotional struggles in the late 60s.

The director not only stays there, in the depiction of the strength of the Mexican housewife and help woman that we sometimes undervalue; But also, he show us the less appealing component of Mexico, where violence and corruption is omnipresent every-single-day in our lives. In here, he recreates a glance of this reality, where to be honest, I got torn apart by its intensity and rawness, representing one of the most important political and infuriating scenarios we've had in quite some time: the 1968 student's protest that ended up in a slaughterhouse. I also saw some slight critique to the neglectful aspects of the medical care system of the country, the IMSS, but I don't know, maybe it was just my interpretation.

And beyond all of the madness, chaos and sadness, to contrast we get the surrounding in peaceful and aesthetic scenes of the whole drama, with beautiful shades of the urban Mexico City, of the rural Estado de México and the stunningly poetic woods in (i think) some small ranch in Michoacán. Everything in this piece of art is magnificent: to the acting of the indigenous-rising star Yalitzia Aparicio, superb directing, captivating camera work, photography and of course, the script! I just think it was an amazing portrait with astonishing execution. Left my eyes peeled towards the sky, and towards my heart. Deserves all recognition it's currently having, do not be deceived. It deserves it.I cannot believe Cuarón went from the plain one dimensional hollywood production in Gravity, to this. To Roma. To a masterpiece of Mexican cinema.

You're a cabrón, Alfonso!

Just didn't keep me entertainedReviewed byswizzcapzVote: 6/10

If you're overly artistic, this movie is for you. But if being overly artistic isn't entertaining for you, skip this film. The plot is nothing special. It literally is about a very small portion of a woman's life... and nothing interesting if happening. The plot is mediocre and it's more about the direction/editing/long uncut scenes. Didn't keep me entertained. 100% a critic/movie snob movie. If you're the type to watch movies once in a blue moon, skip this one.

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