The official 2019 Academy Award nominations were announced yesterday, with Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody and the much-anticipated A Star Is Born among the (in our opinion) most worthy…
Alfonso Cuarón’s magnificent film Roma has been submitted for a staggering ten awards (Best Director and Best Picture among them) and better yet, it’s available to stream on Netflix right now!
The Spanish-language film enjoyed its original debut at the Venice Film Festival back in summer ’18 – and critics say it might just clinch the prize in this year’s top category.
The movie’s Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira also scored individual honors in the Actress and Supporting Actress categories, and well deserved too.
Best stock up on popcorn and a pack of the new white choccy Twix’s if you’re settling down to watch this one though, the film has a whopping two hour and 15 minute running time, but trust us, it’s well worth the investment.
The streaming giant cites the movie as a “vivid, emotional portrait” which focuses on one journey set against the domestic and political turmoil of ’70s Mexico.
If you watch one thing on Netflix this month, make sure it’s this.