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‘Roma’ wins Golden Globe for best non-English film

The black-and-white film ‘Roma’ by the Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón has the Golden Globe award for best non-English film. ‘Girl’, the debut film of the Belgian director Lukas Dhont, fell next to the prices. The Golden Globes are Sunday night in Los Angeles were issued.

Director Alfonso Cuarón also won the Golden Globe for best director for ‘Roma’. He was also nominated for the prize for the best scenario, but that eventually went to ‘Green book’. ‘Roma’ is a family portrait about the life of a maid in the Mexico of the seventies.
In the category for best non-English film, ‘Roma’ and ‘Girl’ also ‘Shoplifters’ of Japanese Hirokazu Koreeda, ‘Capernaum’ of the Lebanese Nadine Labaki and ‘Never look away’ by German Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck nominated.

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