ROMA

Showings

Scene 1 Fri, Dec 14 12:00 PM
Scene 1 Fri, Dec 14 2:45 PM
Scene 1 Fri, Dec 14 5:30 PM
Scene 1 Fri, Dec 14 8:15 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Dec 15 12:00 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Dec 15 3:00 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Dec 15 6:00 PM
Scene 1 Sat, Dec 15 9:00 PM
Scene 1 Sun, Dec 16 12:00 PM
Scene 1 Sun, Dec 16 3:00 PM
Scene 1 Sun, Dec 16 6:00 PM
Scene 1 Sun, Dec 16 9:00 PM
Scene 1 Mon, Dec 17 12:30 PM
Scene 1 Mon, Dec 17 3:15 PM
Scene 1 Mon, Dec 17 6:00 PM
Scene 1 Mon, Dec 17 8:45 PM
Scene 1 Tue, Dec 18 11:30 AM
Scene 1 Tue, Dec 18 2:15 PM
The Screening Room Tue, Dec 18 5:15 PM
Scene 1 Tue, Dec 18 7:30 PM
Scene 1 Wed, Dec 19 11:30 AM
Scene 1 Wed, Dec 19 2:15 PM
Scene 1 Wed, Dec 19 5:00 PM
Scene 1 Wed, Dec 19 7:30 PM
Scene 1 Thu, Dec 20 12:00 PM
Scene 1 Thu, Dec 20 3:00 PM
Scene 1 Thu, Dec 20 6:00 PM
Scene 1 Thu, Dec 20 9:00 PM
Series Info
Series:New Release Films
Film Info
Rating:R
Runtime:135 minutes
Director:Alfonso Cuaron
Year Released:2018
Production Country:Mexico
USA
Language:Spanish

Description

ONE WEEK RUN! SEE IT ON THE BIG SCREEN!

"Roma is no mere movie - it's a vision." - Owen Gleiberman, Variety

"Cuaron has made his most personal film to date, and the blend of the humane and the artistic within nearly every scene is breathtaking. It's a masterful achievement in filmmaking as an empathy machine, a way for us to spend time in a space, in an era, and with characters we never would otherwise." - Brian Tallerico, rogerebert.com

"Yeah, Roma is f**king glorious. So wonderful to see an artist operating at peak performance level on such a personal, vigorous piece. The aesthetic is wielded to a wonderfully emotive, devastating effect."
- director Barry Jenkins (Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk)

"One of the best films of the year, brilliantly observed and with an intense sense of yearning, lyricism and emotional truthfullness running through its every frame." - Geoffrey Macnab

One of the most anticipated films of 2018, and winner of the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, Alfonso Cuaron's masterpiece is set in 1970s Mexico City, where two domestic workers help a mother of four while her husband is away for an extended period of time. A film about family, love and loss, joy and grief, Roma deserves to be seen on the big screen, and is the favorite to win it all this award's season.

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