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91st Academy Awards - Oscars Show - Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, U.S., February 24, 2019. Alfonso Cuaron accepts the Best Director award for "Roma." REUTERS/Mike Blake LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) - Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron won the best director Oscar on Sunday for his semi-autobiographical film, “Roma.” Cuaron was favorite for the directing Oscar after winning multiple accolades for his lusciously shot black-and-white portrait of a domestic worker who cares for a middle class family in 1970s Mexico City.

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