'Roma', by Mexican artist Alfonso Cuarón, the first Spanish-language film to be nominated for best film, won three awards at the 91st Academy Awards.
The film was won with the statuettes for best foreign film, the first time it is for Mexico, better direction and better photography, both statuettes for Cuarón.
The prize for 'Roma' is the fifth best-looking statuette that has been going to Mexico for the past six years thanks to the extraordinary work of the people known as "Los tres amigos", a group formed by Alfonso Cuarón, Alejandro González Iñárritu and Guillermo del Bull.
The 91st edition of the Oscars was the first gala of these awards in thirty years that had no presenter.
The three Oscars achieved by "Roma", by Alfonso Cuarón, are added to the statuettes obtained until now by professionals of Mexican cinema in the history of prizes that for the first time celebrated the talent of their neighbours in 1950 and that had Anthony Quinn as its most awarded representative.