The film by Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón employs three cars that were a sensation in the 70s
Much has been said this week about the film "Roma", by Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón, for his 10 nominations for the Oscars, which has raised all kinds of opinions for and against.
However, the extraordinary photography and setting that emanates this film in the 70s has not been questioned, having the cars an essential part of his story in Mexico City.
That is why here we detail the protagonist cars that appear in "Rome" and their characteristics of success in the country.
Beyond showing a social status by its width and height, the 1970 Ford Galaxie 500 Fastback of the family serves as an eyewitness to an absent father and a selfless mother.
Its extended dimensions made this model an aspirational car for the upper middle classes of that time.