Golden Globe Awards 2019: Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma bags Best Foreign Language Film Award and Best Director

Alfonso Cuaron’s black-and-white Mexico-set period drama “Roma” not just made it as the Best Foreign Language Film Award, but also won the Best Director – Motion Picture honor at the 76th Golden Globe Awards. At the ceremony here on Sunday, Cuaron received rousing applause for the honors, and he thanked his film’s producers as well as Netflix for “bringing this very unlikely film into the mainstream awareness”.

“I feel a little bit like cheating accepting this award because most of what I was doing was just to witness and enjoy these actors who just exist on the screen,” he said, lauding his two leads Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira.

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