The Mexican drama film "Roma" of the Director Alfonso Cuarón has won the US criticism of prices is equal to four awards. "Roma" was honored at the Critics' Choice Awards on Monday night in Los Angeles, including best Film and best non-English language Film, and Cuaron for best Director. In the past year, the Hamburg-based Director Fatih Akin had won with his Film "Out of Nothing", the trophy for the best English-speaking Film.
In two acting categories it's divided prices: Lady Gaga ("A Star Is Born") and Glenn Close ("The Wife") won the award for best actress in a movie, Amy Adams ("Sharp Objects") and Patricia Arquette ("Espace at Dannemora") were both awarded as best actress in a limited series or a TV movie.More about
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The Critics' Choice Awards are important critics of the film. Selected from more than 300 members of the film critics Association Broadcast Film Critics Association and from the United States and Canada. (dpa)