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“The good boss”, starring Javier Bardem, won an important award at the Ariel Awards

the spanish tape “The good boss” Directed by Fernando León de Aranoa and starring Javier Bardem, it won the award for best Ibero-American film at the 64th edition of the Ariel Awards in Mexico.

This labor satire thus added a new distinction to its list of winners, which already includes six Goya awards in the categories of best film, direction, original screenplay, editing, music and leading actor.

The film was also deserving of 4 Platinum awards at the time for best Ibero-American fiction film, best direction and best screenplay for Fernando León de Aranoa, among other awards received since its premiere a year ago.

Last February, it was the Spanish Film Academy that chose “El Buen Patron” to compete for the most important awards in the Mexican film industry.which held its delivery ceremony last night in the Mexican capital.

The films “Night of Fire”, with seven statuettes, including best adapted screenplay, and “A Police Movie”, with six, were the main winners.

The first, directed by Tatiana Huezo, follows the violence faced by three girls and their mothers in a Mexican town plagued by drug trafficking and its sexist implications, as well as their constant struggle to stay alive.

“A police movie”, by Alonso Ruizpalacios, was distinguished with the awards for best direction, best actor for the work of Raúl Briones, best actress for Mónica del Carmen, best editing, best original screenplay and best documentary.

Source: Elcomercio

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