By Heinrich Domingo
Room speaks ill of the darkness of human capacity. It warns the viewers on how sweet and beautiful creatures can be ruined by monsters dressed as people. With only metaphors and imagery, the film successfully tells the unspeakable. It does not need sex, blood, or violence to narrate a story that is too hurtful to watch. With an outstanding cast, it pierces the audience into the soul and leaves a cinema experience they would never forget.