I was listening to the bald move deliberations and at one point they mentioned how they may ramp up coverage of Netflix movies because they are so accessible. One such movie in the last year was Roma, which was my favorite movie of 2018 by a lightyear and which also got 10 Oscar noms. Everything Cuaron does is spectacular, but this one was probably the one that emotionally devastated me the most. It's obviously incredibly well directed and there are innumerable breathtaking shots, but I think the performance from (first-time actor!) Yalitza Aparicio as Cleo is what really makes this movie transcendent. She is so unassuming and simultaneously so charismatic and I don't think I have been this invested in a character's plight in years. I know some people may find the first hour pretentious or overly self-indulgent, but I thought this was an incredible movie second only to Children of Men in Cuaron's career. Any chance we'll hear about it on the Bald Movies feed?