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Roma (2004 film)

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Genre  Drama
Language  Spanish
7.4/10 IMDb

Director  Adolfo Aristarain
Story by  Adolfo Aristarain
Country  Argentina Spain
Roma (2004 film) movie poster
Release date  15 April 2004 (2004-04-15) (Argentina) 18 September 2004 (2004-09-18) (Spain)
Writer  Adolfo Aristarain, Mario Camus (screenplay), Kathy Saavedra (screenplay)
Initial release  April 15, 2004 (Argentina)
Screenplay  Adolfo Aristarain, Mario Camus, Kathy Saavedra
Cast  Juan Diego Botto (Manuel Cueto), Susú Pecoraro (Roma Di Toro), José Sacristán (Joaquín Góñez), Agustín Garvíe (Joaco), Vando Villamil (Áteo Di Toro), Marcela Kloosterboer (Reneé)
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Roma is a 2004 Argentine-Spanish drama film directed by Adolfo Aristarain and starring Juan Diego Botto, Susú Pecoraro and José Sacristán. It won the Silver Condor for Best Film.


Roma (2004 film) movie scenes

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Roma (2004 film) movie scenes

Young journalist Manuel Cueto (Juan Diego Botto) is sent by his publisher boss to help solitary novelist Joaquín Góñez (José Sacristán) finish his long-overdue last book. Brought out of his loneliness by the young man, Joaquín reminisces about his youth and experiences in Buenos Aires, as well as his intense relationship with his mother Roma.


Roma (2004 film) movie scenes
  • Juan Diego Botto as Manuel Cueto/Joaco
  • Susú Pecoraro as Roma Di Toro
  • José Sacristán as Joaquín Góñez
  • Agustín Garvíe as Joaco
  • Vando Villamil as Áteo Di Toro
  • Marcela Kloosterboer as Reneé
  • Maximiliano Ghione as Guido
  • Marina Glezer as Alicia
  • Gustavo Garzón as Joaquín father
  • Carla Crespo as Betty
  • Marcos Mundstock as Gustavo Smirnoff
  • Raúl Rizzo as Doctor Cassano
  • Jean Pierre Noher as Pando
  • Alberto Jiménez as Publisher (son)
  • María Galiana as Portera
  • Jane Darwell as Ma Joad (archive footage)
  • Henry Fonda as Tom Joad (archive footage)
  • Critical reception

    Roma (2004 film) movie scenes

    Jonathan Holland, film critic for Variety magazine and reporting from the San Sebastián International Film Festival, liked the film and wrote, "Argentine helmer Adolfo Aristarain turns a compassionate eye toward his own spiritual and political education in the rangy, quietly affecting and rewardingly intense Roma, his most achieved work to date. Lengthy, but not over-long, rites-of-passage yarn takes one young man's life as the focal point for the struggles which tore Argentina apart in the late '60s and '70s, as well as being an homage to the dangerous pleasures of self-discovery. Film garnered positive reactions at home on its spring release and has the emotional coherence to strike universal chords offshore."


    The film premiered in Argentina on April 15, 2004. Later in the year it was presented at the Donostia-San Sebastián International Film Festival on September 19, 2004. In Spain it opened wide on October 1, 2004.

    The picture screened at various film festivals, including: the Seattle International Film Festival, United States; the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, Brazil; the Toulouse Cinespaña Film Festival, France; and others.


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