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ROMA: The Silent Film (2015)

A fateful love story told as a modern day silent film


Adam Gonzalez


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Flaco Navaja ... Josh
Babyann Hernandez Babyann Hernandez ... Roma
Darrell Tulcin Darrell Tulcin ... Dean
Frankie Negron Frankie Negron ... Lounge Bartender
Sarah Serrano Sarah Serrano ... Theater Director
Tatiana Rodriguez Tatiana Rodriguez ... Dancer / Roma's Friend
Chris Sanchez Chris Sanchez ... Band Trumpet Player
Damian Bastar Damian Bastar ... Band Bass Player
Ron Delladonna Ron Delladonna ... Lounge Bouncer
Zeisha Lyn Zeisha Lyn ... Dancer / Roma's Friend
Rich Bastar Rich Bastar ... Band Conga Player
Ivan Acevedo Ivan Acevedo ... Extra
Anakin Artz Anakin Artz ... Lounge Extra
Steven Bastar Steven Bastar ... Lounge Extra
Laura Fullman Laura Fullman ... Lounge Extra


Josh, an aspiring pianist, falls in love with a theater dancer named Roma, but their relationship is challenged by her ex-fiancé Dean, a vigilant womanizer. This modern day silent film is carried by instrumental music of various genres while keeping to the classic look of black and white cinema. Written by Adam Gonzalez

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A fateful love story told as a modern day silent film.



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Release Date:

October 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Gilded Harbor See more »
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Technical Specs


Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


If you look closely under the Theater Marquee awning, you will notice a poster for the album cover for the band "TOOL", the movie poster for "The Fountain", Alfred Hitchcock's silent film movie poster "The Manxman", the movie poster for "ROMA: The Silent Film" and the movie poster for "Moulin Rouge". See more »

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11 December 2015 | by maggiegottfriedSee all my reviews

These days we are all about color and words. Naturally, I was hesitant when I heard of the movie's idea.

My daughter plays the role of "Roma", so ordinarily I went to support her.

But as I watched the movie I realized, neither color or words could have made this movie any better. The cast and crew did an amazing job. It is well written and perfectly edited.

The actors invested themselves in their role and it definitely showed. The music was amazing and the piano player was captivating.

The attention and dedication to details shone through.

Keep up the great work! Can't wait to see where you all go from here!!!

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