The Japanese 'Drive My Car' prevents Almodóvar from winning a new award



The film 'Drive My Car', directed by the Japanese Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, has been made with the Golden Globe for best foreign language film, thus depriving Pedro Almodóvar to achieve a third statuette, this time with 'Parallel Mothers'.

In addition to Almodóvar, Ryûsuke has won Juho Kuosmanen from Finland, with 'Compartment Nº'; to the Oscar-winning Italian director Pablo Sorrentino, with 'It was the hand of God' and the Iranian Asghar Farhadi, with the movie 'A Hero'.

This has been the ninth nomination in this category for the Spanish director, who already opted for this award with his films 'Women on the edge of a nervous breakdown', 'Distant heels,' All about my mother ',' Talk to her ',' Back ',' Broken hugs ',' The skin I live 'and' Pain and glory '.

On two occasions the manchego won the award, in the 2000 ceremony with 'All about my mother', and two years later, in 2003, he won with 'Talk to her'.

Hans Zimmer leaves Alberto Iglesias without a Golden Globe for best soundtrack

German composer Hans Zimmer has won the Golden Globe for best soundtrack with the movie 'Dune', by Denis Villeneuve, a category that Spanish also chose Alberto Iglesias placeholder image, with 'Parallel Mothers', by Pedro Almodóvar.

Zimmer has thus succeeded with his third statuette, which he had not won since 2000 when he composed the soundtrack of Gladiator'. He had previously achieved it with the music of the animated film 'The Lion King', in 1994.

The German composer has also imposed himself on Germaine Franco, who opted for 'Encanto'; to Alexandre desplat, nominated for 'The French Chronicle', already Jonny greenwood, candidate for 'The power of the dog'.

For his part, Iglesias is left without the award in which his second Golden Globe nomination has been, since He was already a candidate for the award in 2008 for the music of 'Cometas en el cielo'.

The 79th Golden Globes Award Ceremony, awarded by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), It is celebrated this Sunday without public and in a gala not broadcast on television.

The award ceremony of the 79th edition of the Golden Globes, granted by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), It is celebrated this Sunday without public and in a gala not broadcast on television.

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