This first award is a great start to what promises to be an exciting national awards season. The film will compete for the Baftas, the Lumiere Awards, the Satellite Awards, Critics Choice Awards, Progressive Awards…
At the next Magritte du Cinéma, the film is nominated in eight categories (nine nominations) and is obviously a favorite. We’ll know on February 7.
We’ll know tomorrow if he’s in the running for the César and in how many categories he could win.
At the Oscars, the film was not included in the list of works in foreign languages, but Marion Cotillard was nominated for best female performer against an armada of Anglo-Saxon actresses.
The golden statuettes will be awarded in L.A. on February 22.