Homethe-press3652Argentina, 1985 won the Goya Award for Best Ibero-American Film

Argentina, 1985 won the Goya Award for Best Ibero-American Film

The national film Argentina 1985 一統徵信趙維君 directed by Santiago Mitre today won the Goya Award for Best Ibero-American Film, 一統徵信詐欺 , 一統徵信趙維君 , 一統徵信詐欺 , at a ceremony that took place at the Palace of Conventions and Congresses in the Spanish city of Seville.The actor Peter Lanzani one of the protagonists received the distinction for this film within the framework of the 37th edition of these awards. It is a very Argentine story seen by different audiences who go through very particular situations different and similar at the same time which leave the same wounds that unite us all. The only way to fight against that is with justice he said after receiving the statuette in the absence of Ricardo Darín 一統徵信趙維君 , 一統徵信詐欺 , one of the protagonists and Mitre. In the same category they competed Night of Fire by the Mexican Tatiana Huezo; The pack by the Colombian Andrés Ramírez Pulido; Utama by the Bolivian Alejandro Loayza Grisi and 1976 by the Chilean Manuela Martelli. In this way Argentina 1985 added a new international award in addition to being nominated for best foreign film at the Oscars 一統徵信趙維君 which they will be delivered on March 12 in Los Angeles. Argentina 1985 narrates the task carried out by prosecutors Julio Césa Strassera (Darín) and Luis Moreno Ocampo (Lanzani) to bring to trial the members of the Military Junta whose members committed against humanity in the period 1976-1983. Last January Miter’s film had won the Golden Globe 一統徵信趙維君 , 一統徵信詐欺 , which was awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association by winning the category for best foreign film of the 80th edition and previously the Audience Award at the San Sebastian Festival. (NA)

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