This Friday, the New York Film Critics Circle appointed “Driving My Car”, An intimate three-hour epic Ryosuke Hamaguchi Quote from a story by Haruki MurakamiBest movie of the year.
Hamaguchi, about a widowed actor played by Hidetoshi Nishijima, has been widely acclaimed since it premiered earlier this year at the Cannes Film Festival, where it won an award Best Screenplay Award. “Drive My Car,” which recently opened in limited theaters in the United States, is Japan’s representative at the Oscars.
This is only the second time in four decades that New York critics have received top honors for a film in a language other than English. was the other “Roma” by Alfonso Cuaron Three years ago.
Jane Campion’s gothic drama “The Power of the Dog,” set in Montana, won three awards: Best Director for Campion, Best Actor for Benedict Cumberbatch, and Best Supporting Actor for Kodi Smit-McPhee.
For the rest, critics in New York shared their homage. an award Best Actress went to Lady Gaga For her portrayal of Patrizia Reggiani in “House of Gucci” by Ridley Scott. Catherine Hunter won for her role as a ghostly witch in Joel Coen’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s upcoming play The Tragedy of Macbeth. Pee Thomas Anderson won Best Screenplay About the comedy “Licorice”.
Michael Rianda’s comedy about a family’s journey through the robot apocalypse “The Mitchells vs. the Machines” won the award for Best Animated Feature. The The award for best photography went to Janusz Kamisinki For the remake of “West Side Story” (“Love Without Borders” by Steven Spielberg. The film adaptation of Maggie Gyllenhaal for Elena Ferrante’s “The Lost Daughter” won Best Debut Film. The Trophy for The best documentary was for the refugee animated film “Flee”. By Jonas Boeher Rasmussen When We Have the Information. Joachim Trier’s “The Worst Person in the World,” a historical narrative of youth and love set in Oslo, Norway, won Best Foreign Language Film.
The group also announced several Special prizes, for Maya Kidd to create a black film archive, a Catalog of black culture films between 1915 and 1979 available online; for the late Diane Wehrman, a film executive who has helped produce documentaries on social issues such as An Inconvenient Truth and Citizens Four; and Marshall Fine, film critic and CEO of the New York Film Critics Circle.
The New York Film Critics Circle was founded in 1935. She will present her award for the 89th time at a ceremony on January 10. Last year, the group chose Kelly Richard’s “First Cow” for Best Picture. The previous film, “The Irishman” (“The Irishman”) by Martin Scorsese.
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