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Alfonso Cuarón Directs ‘Roma’ in First Behind-the-Scenes Footage

Written by on May 15, 2017 


Today brings some good and some bad news when it comes to the next film from Alfonso Cuarón. First up, we’ll deal with the latter: once imagined to be a fall 2017 premiere, it looks like Roma won’t get a release until 2018. As for the good news, our first official behind-the-scenes look at the film has arrived.

His Gravity follow-up is a small-scale drama that chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the early 1970s. “[Guillermo del Toro] told me that certain movies are like a box of cereal with prize included, because when you’re a kid, you end it all up to know what you got,” the director recently said. “Gravity was for me that little toy and I made the decision to use it to go back to Mexico and make the film I had always dreamed of.”

Shot by Galo Olivares (see his work here), the first footage, courtesy of Indiewire, doesn’t give away much of the story, but does provide a strong sense of the Mexican locale. As we await on more details, check out the first sneak peek below.

Roma will be released in 2018.

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