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The actor made the powerful remarks while presenting the award for Best Foreign Language Film to "Roma."
“If I do something wrong, they might think we are all that way. So I have to take good care of that image, our image,” the actress said.
HuffPost Mexico’s editor-in-chief challenges fans of the actress to consider how they treat historically oppressed people in their own lives.
The Mexican actress has made waves for her role in Alfonso Cuarón’s movie “Roma.”
Alfonso Cuarón's semi-autobiographical film is Netflix's first Best Picture nominee.
Alfonso Cuarón's moving film is a first-rate Oscar contender. But, as is becoming standard for Netflix, it didn't get there without a lot of drama.
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I cheered Alfonso Cuarón and Emmanuel Lubezki's historic Oscar wins because of their talent and our shared cultural heritage. But I also realize that they don't reflect the experiences of American Latinos.
Alfonso's harsh family and personal and professional circumstances were very similar to those of that woman in space. Physical and metaphysical garbage, waste from fear, greed, ignorance -- and many of those elements of the sublime and putrid within the film industry lined up like missiles that hit his ship.
"When I look down at this golden statue, may it remind me and every child, no matter where you're from, your dreams are valid