Roma (2018 film)
|Directed by||Alfonso Cuarón|
|Written by||Alfonso Cuarón|
Roma is an upcoming Mexican family drama film co-photographed, co-edited, written, co-produced, and directed by Alfonso Cuarón.
The film chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s.
- Marina de Tavira
- Daniela Demesa
- Marco Graf
- Yalitza Aparicio
On September 8, 2016, it was announced that Alfonso Cuarón would be writing and directing a project focusing on a Mexican family living in Mexico City in the 1970s. Production was set to begin in fall 2016. The project will be produced by Cuarón, Gabriela Rodriguez, and Nicolas Celis.
On November 3, 2016 it was revealed that the crew was robbed on set during filming. According to the studio "two women were hit, five crew members were hospitalized, and cellphones, wallets, and jewelry were stolen" during the attack. The crew reportedly arrived to set up filming for the day when a group of city workers approached the crew and tried to shut down filming. The crew stated they had permission to film, but the workers persisted and a brawl broke out between both groups.
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