The Spaniards described the parody of Roma as an author's tape where slowness reigns, with prolonged silences that leave the viewer's interpretation of the meaning of the film
The comedy program of Spain, La Resistencia, made a parody of the Mexican film Roma, by Alfonso Cuarón, where they emphasize the silence that is handled in the film.
The Spaniards described the parody as an author's tape where slowness reigns, with prolonged silences that leave the story of the film to the viewer's interpretation, which will ensure that a prize is won.
"The movie is called Nada (Nothing), and the plot is people who are in a place and it is the spectator who looks for art and grace a bit," the creators explained.
The presenter of the Resistance, David Broncano, participated in the parody that was recorded in black and white, while Broncano and Alberto Casado are sitting in an armchair without speaking.