There are some movies that touch our hearts and souls, inspiring us to become better versions of ourselves. “100 días con la Tata” (2021), “Wonder” (2017), and “Roma” (2018) are three such films that celebrate the power of family, love, and compassion. Each movie presents a unique and captivating story, exploring different aspects of the human experience. “100 días con la Tata” portrays the bond between a grandmother and her granddaughter, “Wonder,” tells the story of a boy with facial differences who strives to be accepted by his peers, and “Roma” offers a poignant portrayal of a domestic worker in 1970s Mexico City. So here is the list of the three films celebrating love.
Through their moving narratives, stunning cinematography, and powerful performances. These films remind us of the importance of empathy, understanding, and resilience in the face of adversity. They invite us to reflect on the joys and challenges of family life. Inspire us to embrace our differences and cultivate compassion for others.
100 días con la Tata (2021)
Luisa Cantero (known as La Tata) and Miguel Ángel show us their love story in this documentary in which the actor makes his directorial debut. Which is a love letter to the woman who took care of him when he was little. He goes on a road trip with her to learn about Luisa’s origins and her heart warms us. As the critic of ‘100 Days with Tata’ confirms in FOTOGRAMAS. “Sometimes sad, almost always happy, ‘100 days with Tata’ is a testimony of a time and a place. It is an analysis of the revolution of the networks and certifies that, more than money or power. What we need is love”.
Adaptation of the novel by RJ Palacio. ‘Wonder’ relies on fabulous performances by Julia Roberts and little Jacob Tremblay to tell us a story of bullying, illness, and resilience. The story follows a 10-year-old boy born with a facial deformity that has forced him to undergo more than twenty operations. Now, he struggles to fit in at his new school.
Winner of three Oscars (including Best International Film), ‘Roma’ is possibly one of the best films sponsored by Netflix in its entire history and a very personal love letter from Alfonso Cuarón to his childhood. And above all to the woman who took care of him as a child. The story follows Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio). The young servant of a wealthy family in Mexico City deals with her personal problems and the political turmoil of the 1970s.
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