Rome also surpassed Cuaron

The Power of the Dog by Jane Campion has become Netflix’s most awarded film of all time. Now Only Ice Is Missing: Oscar for Best Picture.

dog power By Jane Campion it became the most awarded movie of all time by Netflix. Now Only Ice Is Missing: Oscar for Best Picture. The movie, based on Thomas Savage’s novel, won its 21st prize overnight, more than one. Roma – Alfonso Cuaron, who set this record in 2018, also including the historic victory with three figurines – Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Foreign Film. The 21st prize went to Jane Campion by film critics in Kansas City. With this business card, the movie with Benedict Cumberbatch plays his chances.

Netflix has been trying to win the hottest figurine, the figurine for best picture, for three years, but so far he’s always come home with odds in the bag. It happened precisely with Rome, which also won beyond expectations minus the prize that was most anticipated – the “Green Book” won; Then came the turn of the parasite, who managed to overcome the Irish impulse. Finally, Nomadland – a slightly overrated movie – managed to beat Mank a year ago. This year might be the year for the right movie. Nominations will be announced on February 8, 2022, but there is supposed to be this movie that will likely play Licorice Pizza, Don’t Look Up, and The Lost Daughter, based on Elena Ferrante’s novel.

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Film based on Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel of the same name, The Power of the Dog is a film by Jane Campion starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, and Cody Smit McVeigh. The film was presented in competition at the 78th Venice International Film Festival, where the director was awarded the Silver Lion – Special Director’s Award, and the film also won the “Best Dramatic Film” award at the Golden Globe. The film tells the story of George and Phil, two brothers who own a farm in Montana. When George marries young widow Rose and takes her to live on the farm, Phil targets the woman and her son Peter, torturing them relentlessly. But there is a reason for everything.

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