Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj

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Netflix original film Roma dropped December 14, 2018.

#Roma is written, produced, and directed by two-time Oscar winner Alfonso Cuarón.

rottentomatoes: 96%

metacritic: 96

imdb: 8.5

golden globes: 2 wins

oscars: 5 wins




Cleo Gutiérrez, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Yalitza AparicioCleodegaria Gutiérrez

Cleo Gutiérrez works house staff for Senora Sofía and her family during the politically tumultuous early 1970’s in the Colonia Roma district outside of Mexico City, Mexico.


Cleo Gutiérrez, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Yalitza AparicioCleo Gutiérrez, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Yalitza Aparicio

ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

1 nomination: 2019

“You need a bath, Borras.  Yes?  I’m coming.  There they are.  Take care.  Borras, stay.  Don’t let him out.  Go away.  Go upstairs.  Go.  Just hello.  Of course not.  He’s just a friend.  Besides, you introduced us.  They’re home.  Borras.  Borras, Borras.  Borras, stay.  Come in.  Manita!  Adela!  Oh, God!  Is he okay?  How awful.  Adela?  Mrs. Sofía is here and the kids wants strawberries.  Hurry.  Thank you.  Yes.  Yes, ma’am.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“♪ When I tell you that I’m poor ♪ You won’t ever smile again ♪ I long to have it all ♪ And lay it at your feet ♪ But I was born poor ♪ And you’ll never love me ♪.  You shouldn’t be up here.  Your mom won’t like it.  Don’t go near the edge.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“And what’s up with you?  Aren’t you going to tell me?  Then resurrect.  All right, then.  I can’t.  I’m dead.  Hey.  I like being dead.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Here, Borras.  Here.  Come along.  Your strawberries, doctor.  Scoot.  Make Dr. Antonio a chamomile.  Move.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom God’s love commits me here.  Ever this day, be at my side, to light and guard, and rule and guide.  ♪ Little one, sleepy little one ♪ Sleep with the angels ♪.  Time to sleep, my darling.  Good night, Sofi.  I love you too.  Sweet dreams.  Toño, go to sleep!” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Borras.  Pepe turned on the lights again.  He’s a prankster.  Little devil.  Oh, that Mrs. Teresa.  She is probably spying on us.  Hurry up.  Taking care of us.  Yes.  Mrs. Adela.  They were yummy.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Oh!  Ah!  I won.  No, I won.  Let’s eat.  What did they say?  Ah.  Sweet thing.  No!” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“I like movies.  Don’t you?  Yes, it’s nice.  Want to go to the park?  It’s really nice outside.  You train every day?” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Borras.  ♪ Kitty, kitty, sleep kitty cat ♪ Wake up as here comes the mouse ♪ Kitty, kitty, sleepy kitty cat ♪ Wake up as here comes the mouse ♪.  Good morning, my princess.  Time to wake up.  Okay.  Paco.  Wake up, my angel.  Come on.  Paco.  It’s time.  Let’s see.  Yes, ma’am.  Come.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“When you were old?  Or when you get old?  And when was that?  And what did you do then?  A pilot?  Did you like it?  Was it?  I’ll be right back.  Good evening.  God forbid you’ll get tired.  Prepare Dr. Antonio’s oatmeal.  Yes, ma’am.  I’ll take the bags, doctor.  Thank you, doctor.  Bye.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Hey, I have to… it’s just that, I’m late.  I think I’m pregnant.  But it’s almost over.  No.” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Mrs. Sofi?  When you have a minute, can we talk?  Okay.  Paco, Toño, your mom is calling you!  Sofi, Pepe, your mother is calling you.  Come, sweetie.  We’ll come back after.  Yes.  Yes.  Oh, Mrs. Sofi… I just think that I’m pregnant.  I haven’t gotten my period.  I don’t know… Fermín.  The cousin of Adela’s boyfriend.  He’s gone.  Are you going to fire me?” — Cleo Gutiérrez

“Fine, thank you, doctor.  Three months.  Less.” — Cleo Gutiérrez


Adela, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Nancy García GarcíaAdela

“Manita, manita!  Fermín is on the phone.  Ok, but I want to know.  What did Fermín say?  Yeah right.  You’re dating!  I’m just messing with you.” — Adela

“Hey!  Yes.  My boy.  Yes.  But I love him.  Turn off the light.  Mrs. Teresa doesn’t like it on.  Yeah, she’s there stalking you.  She probably stays awake.  Taking care we don’t waste electricity.  Ready?  One.  Two.  Three.  One.  For the tamales.  Two.  For the tortas.” — Adela

“We drew.  But the car.  Do you remember ‘pushy’ Moises, from town?  He kept sending me letters.  That he can’t stop thinking about me.  That he needs to see me.  Then my cousin arrives carrying a bunch of letters.  And I recognize Moises’ handwriting on one.  So I grabbed it and opened it.  ‘I can’t stop thinking about you.  I want to see you.’  Yeah right, ‘sweet.’  That letter was from another girl!  The bastard sends exactly the same letter to all the girls.” — Adela

“Hello Ramón!  Hello, Fermín!  Thanks, we ate.  Let’s go.  What, you’re not coming?  Look at you.  I’d rather play in the dark.  Tell me everything later.  Why didn’t you wake me?  Ah.  Your oatmeal is ready, doctor.” — Adela

“Manita.  You take it.  Don’t be afraid.” — Adela


Antonio, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Fernando GrediagaSenor Antonio

“Who are these kids?” — Senor Antonio

“I’ll call her.  Where’s my brown tie?  This house is a mess.  The fridge is full of empty cartons.  And there’s dog crap everywhere.” — Senor Antonio

“Thanks.  Morning, Pepón!  Damn… let me help you, Cleo.  Bye, Pepón!  Take care.  It’s just a few weeks.” — Senor Antonio


Senora Sofía, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Marina de TaviraSenora Sofía, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Marina de TaviraSenora Sofía

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

1 nomination: 2019

“Manita, manita.  It’s almost 1pm.  Manita, my keys… I’m leaving.” — Senora Sofía

“That’s great!  And Sofi did too, I imagine.  Cleo, my husband’s two suits need to be taken to the cleaners.  But do it today, please.  He needs to pack, he’s leaving Friday.  Thank you.  Mm-hmm.  To a conference in Quebec.  Hey, hey.  Not for Sofi, she’ll get fat.” — Senora Sofía

“Who’s here?  Hello.  What a surprise!  Cleo, can you bring the doctor a tea?” — Senora Sofía

“And if your mom asks when you’ll be back?  I’ll ask Cleo.” — Senora Sofía

“My love.  Good morning!  You’re almost done.  Your juice.  Pepe will wait to say goodbye to daddy.  It’s fine if he’s late.  Pepe waited to say goodbye.  Go with Cleo.  We’ll be here.  Goddamnit!  I told you to clean up the dog shit!  I’ll take him.  Come on.” — Senora Sofía

“And when they ask about their dad?  Right.  Thank you, Cleo.  Sure, but just call the kids first.  Okay, mom.  Oh, wet hair!  You both have the same.  You can go later.  Sit down, Cleo.  I have news.  No.  We’re spending Christmas at your uncle’s.  And New Year’s we’ll go to the Bárcenas’ hacienda.  Yes.  And the Matos family, and the Larssons.  His research is keeping him in Quebec a little longer.  He doesn’t know.  But I brought paper so you can write him a letter.  Mmm?  Tell him that you love him and to please come home soon.  You’re not going anywhere until you’re done with your letter.  Where are you going?  No!  Sure.  Go to your room.  Sofi, help Pepe write his letter at the table.  I need to talk with Cleo.  Help him write, ‘I miss you a lot, dad.’  Make lots of pretty drawings.  Come, Cleo.  What’s up?  What is it?  Are you all right?  Sure?  What’s wrong?  Is your mom all right?  Yes?  What’s wrong?  What do you mean you ‘think?’  Since when?  Who’s the father?  Does he know?  Silly.  Fire you?  Of course not!  We have to take you to get checked.  Let’s see.  She has a tummy ache.  Sofi!  I told you to help Pepe write, ‘I miss you a lot, dad.'” — Senora Sofía

“Sorry.  Hello.  We have an appointment with Doctor Vélez.  Cleodegaria Gutiérrez.  Margarita!  How are you?  Thank you for seeing us.  Remember Cleo?  Okay.  I’ll go say hi to Dr. Zavala.” — Senora Sofía

“He hasn’t even called the kids.  How’s Cleo?    When’s she due?  Thanks for seeing her.  You too.  Cleo, why don’t you go to see the newborns while I finish up with Dr. Zavala?  You have to talk to Antonio.” — Senora Sofía

“We are alone.  No matter what they tell you, we women are always alone.” — Senora Sofía


Mrs. Teresa, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Verónica GarcíaMrs. Teresa

“Good morning, Sofi.  I got them for everyone.  Give Sofi one and I’ll get you a box.  Hurry up, kids.  It’s 7:20.  Cleo, hold the dog.  Move over.  Settle down.  You too, quiet!” — Mrs. Teresa

“Say he’s on a business trip.  Thank you, Cleo.  Stay calm.  You have to be strong for the children.” — Mrs. Teresa


Pepe, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Marco GrafPepe

“Hi, Borras.  What are you saying?  What are you saying?  Stop talking like that.” — Pepe

“Dad’s going away?  In Canada!” — Pepe

“Why me?  Then I don’t want to play anymore.  Can’t talk.  I’m dead.  I can’t.  I’m dead.  What are you doing?  What are you doing?  What are you doing?  Tell me.  Ah.  Hmm?  Huh.” — Pepe

“Daddy.  No!  She’s with me!  Just a few more minutes.” — Pepe

“When I was old, you were there, but you were someone else.  Yes.  No, when I was old.  Before I was born.  I was a pilot.  Yes, a fighter pilot.  No, it was scary.  Mom!  Hi, daddy!  Yuck!  Cigarette!  Mom, daddy stepped on dog poo.  Bye, daddy.  You too.  Yes, mom.  Bye, Cleo!” — Pepe

“♪ It’s raining it’s pouring the old man is snoring ♪ It’s raining it’s pouring the old man is snoring ♪.  I got more hail than Sofi!  No, I got more.  Yeah, Disneyland!  Wait, Sofi!  Look, mom!  I drew a plane.  Why is Cleo cring?  Pain, pain, go away, I don’t want this pain to stay.” — Pepe


Paco, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Carlos PeraltaPaco

“So that kid was throwing water balloons at cars that were driving by.  Then an army jeep drove by, the kid throws a balloon at it, the soldier gets mad, he gets out, and shoots him.  He shot him in the head.  He’s dead.  In Canada!  You’re so stupid!” — Paco

“I’m taking care of him.  You were supposed to die.  ‘Cause it’s my game.  Well, I don’t want you to play it, you little sissy.” — Paco

“They’re mine.  But I put them in the freezer.  Nah-uh, it’s 7:17.  Here.  Get fatter.  You get out of my way!  Shotgun!  I’m up front.  I choose.  No, it’s Creedence vs. Beatles.  You choose when it’s your turn.  I’m not going to shut up.” — Paco

“We’re going to Disneyland!  It’s so boring there!  Are the Richards going?  Write him– hey!  Then I’m going up, too.” — Paco


Paco, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Carlos PeraltaToño

“I got an A plus.  In Canada!” — Toño

“She’ll be right back.  She’ll be right back.” — Toño

“Turn that off!  Turn it off!  Get out of my way!  Put on Radio Exitos!  Change the station!  Move!” — Toño

“I’m going to the stationer’s.  When’s dad coming?  Until January?  I’m going to the store.  Can’t I write it in my room?” — Toño


Sofi, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Daniela DemesaSofi

“Where is that?  I didn’t know, so what?” — Sofi

“Dad’s home early!  I’m glad you’re home early.” — Sofi

“Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom God’s love commits me here.  Ever this day, be at my side, to light and guard, and rule and guide. ♪ Little one, sleepy little one ♪ Sleep with the angels ♪.  Good night, Cleo.  I love you.  You too.” — Sofi

“Morning, Cleo.  I need to pee.  Good morning, grandma.  I want one!  No!  Okay, I’ll turn it off.  Calm down, for God’s sake!  Shut up.” — Sofi

“♪ It’s raining it’s pouring the old man is snoring ♪ It’s raining it’s pouring the old man is snoring ♪.  I got more than Pepe!  No, it isn’t, my cousins are there!  Let’s go, Pepe.  Let’s go, Pepe.  He wouldn’t let me help!” — Sofi


Ramón, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, José Manuel Guerrero MendozaRamón

“Why so lonely eating your tortas?  You guys want a bite?  If you’re done, let’s go.  I like watching the previews.” — Ramón


Fermín, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Jorge Antonio GuerreroFermín

“You really feel like seeing a movie?  But it’s so nice outside.  Sure.  Give me a sec.  Shall we?  What?  I must.  I owe my life to martial arts.  I grew up with nothing.  My mother died when I was a kid.  I moved with my aunt to the slums.  There, my cousins beat me.  And I met the wrong crowd.  And I started drinking, and then huffing.  I was dying.  But then I discovered martial arts.  And everything came into… focus.  Just like when you look at me.” — Fermín

“Ah, well… that’s good, right?  Yes?  Yeah.  I need the bathroom.  Yes, but I have to go now.  I won’t be long.  Want an ice cream?” — Fermín


Dr. Velez, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Zarela Lizbeth Chinolla ArellanoDr. Margarita Vélez

“Sofía!  Hi, Cleo.  How are you?  I’m going to check her and we’ll see you later.  It’ll take about 40 minutes.  Cleo, come with me.  When was your last period?  About when?  Three months.  Are you sexually active?  You are.  When did you start?  Has it been long?  One or two years?  Less?  But more than three months?  How many sexual partners have you had?  Just one?  Very well.  Don’t worry.  This is common.  We’ll examine you from the waist down.  She’ll get you in position.” — Dr. Vélez

“I’ll see you in a month.  Any questions?  There she is.  I’ll go with you.  Mario!  Cleo is fine.  She’s three to four months pregnant.  With some rest, she’ll be fine.  Around the end of June.  It’s nothing!  Take care.  Mario.  Take care.” — Dr. Vélez


Dr. Mario Zavala, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, José Luis López GómezDoctor Mario Zavala

“Doctor.  Doctor.” — Dr. Mario Zavala


Nurse, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto FilmojNurse

“Lie down, carefully.  Put one leg here.  And the other here.”


Ignacio, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Andy CortésDriver

“Be careful.”


Hospital Receptionist, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto FilmojHospital receptionist

“Hi, how can I help you?  Under what name?  Here she comes.”


Cleo Gutiérrez, Pepe, Roma, Netflix, Participant Media, Esperanto Filmoj, Yalitza Aparicio, Marco Graf


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