"The Sisters Brothers" by Jacques Audiard, the great winner of this year's Lumière – the same as the French Golden Globe – where he won three prizes, among the best films, according to Hollywood .
"The Sisters Brothers", a film made in part in Romania and compiled by Cristian Mungiu, has won the Lumière awards for Best Director and Best Picture (Benoit Debie). His first French leader Jacques Audiard, a former non-comic by Jake Gyllenhaal and Joaquin Phoenix, was last year, among other things, with Lion Lion for Guidelines at the Venice Festival.
At the 24th Lumière Gala, held on Monday afternoon in Paris, the prize for the best movie was given to Netflix "Girl" with Belgium Lukas Dhont.
Alex Lutz also received the Best Act Award for "Guy," a story of a pop-up older star that is a " analyze his days of glory. The film, written and directed by Lutz, won the Best Lumière Award, created by Vincent Blanchard and Romain Greffe.
For his role in "In Safe Hands", Elodie Bouchez won the best actress.
At the same time, Xavier Legrand received his first prize for "Custody", a drama about a divorce ceremony that gave him money to Venice last year.
Pierre Salvadori, Benoît Graffin and Benjamin Charbit won the Best Award for "The Trouble With You", the Best Recognition Award, "Samouni Road" by Stefano Savona, and "Dilili in Paris" by Michel Ocelot, the best animation.
The Lumière Awards are presented after a vote of international journalists in Paris and the French are considered to be the same as Golden Globe awards.
At the same time, the Lumière prize service will mark the beginning of a "season" of cinema prizes in France, which will end with its " Kissidh Gala, which will be held this year on 22 February.
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