The British film ‘The Favourite’ got several Bafta’s, but best film went to the Netflix film ‘Roma’.
The Favourite went to the Bafta’s to go with the statuette for ‘Best British film’ and ‘Best actress for Olivia Colman. But the award for ‘Best film’ and ‘Best director’ for Roma , and director Alfonso Cuarón. Not coincidentally, these two films that are big favorites for the Oscars.
The best actor was, according to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Rami Malek, with his role in Bohemian Rhapsody. The biopic or Queen singer Freddy Mercury, who recently won the Golden Globe for best film.
Roma is the first Netflix movie in the cinema plays. It is a personal story of director Cuarón and, more specifically, about his nanny. “Roma know with small, intimate scenes and the greatest emotions. Cuarón explores with his films always other approaches, but as a chronicler of ordinary life surpasses himself, ” wrote our reviewer about the film.
The Favourite was described as ” a hitsige parade with Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz in the comic do, but it is the lesser known Olivia Colman that everyone back home is going. Result: a Bafta for Colman as the ‘Best actress’.