The only way that the Cinépolis ROMA program chains, by Alfonso Cuarón, is that Netflix delays its release on the digital platform announced on December 14th.
With a statement, the exhibitor with presence in more than 70 cities, details that since May began conversations with Netflix to show the winning film at the Venice event, but the business models did not coincide.
Traditionally, the windows between the exit of a film strip and her projection on a girl are 90 days, which the American-American company does not contemplate.
"It's far from common industry practices," Cinépolis says.
Indicates that, in the case of an agreement between the two parties, 50% of the collection is to be donated to social organizations related to the cause of domestic work.
"We invited Netflix to postpone ROME premiere on its platform to respect the traditional window of the cinema exhibition, and Cinépolis will be happy to do it on November 29 in all our cinemas nationwide."
Last week, Matt Brondlie, director of Netflix's acquisitions, revealed in a text that provided Cinépolis and Cinemex with the 1971 story, which features the main character of a family song in Mexico City.