Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is a study in contrasts

Based in a politically tempestuous time in 1970s Mexico, Alfonso Cuarón’s personal sketch gambols between the journey of Cleodegaria “Cleo” Gutierrez as she serves as live-in help for a middle-class Mexican family, and the societal upheaval that swept through the country during that period. Civil conflict between the incumbent authoritarianism led by the PRI (Institutional…

Hacksaw Ridge | Movie Review | Mel Gibson

War is the single-most devastating atrocity that men can perpetrate on each other. Disease and natural calamities are forces of nature that aren’t based on anyone’s choice while war is founded upon stringent belief systems that lead men to willingly choose to take up a weapon and kill others. Through the decades, film-makers have strived…