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First Trailer For ‘Nobody Wants The Night’ – Starring Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne & Rinko Kukuchi

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With the film set to premiere at the Berlin Film Festival next month, this first trailer has arrived online from Isabel Coixet’s (My Life Without Me, The Secret Life Of Words, Elegy) Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne and Rinko Kukuchi-led ‘Nobody Wants The Night.’ Based on a true story and set in 1908, in the wintry reaches of Greenland, the official synopsis is as follows:

Josephine Peary (Binoche) is a mature, proud, determined and naive woman, in love with celebrated Arctic adventurer Robert Peary, a man who prefers glory and ice to the comforts of an upper-class home. For him she will face all danger, even risk her own life. Another woman, young but wise, brave and humble – Allaka (Kukuchi) – is in love with the same man, and expecting his child. The relentless icy landscape both separates and draws these two women together during the long, tense wait for the man they both love in such different ways. ‘Nobody Wants the Night’ is a story replete with the passion, dignity and strength of these two women as they battle to survive in one of the most inhospitable

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Full List Of Golden Globe Winners: ‘Boyhood’ Wins 3 Awards Including Best Film. ‘Birdman’ & ‘The Theory Of Everything’ Win 2 Each

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On the film front, ‘Boyhood’ was undoubtedly the big winner of this year’s Golden Globes, winning three major awards on the night: the “Best Film: Drama” award (the most prestigious award), Richard Linklater won the “Best Director” gong, and Patricia Arquette bagged the “Best Supporting Actress” award for her role in the film. Additionally, Wes Anderson’s ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ was named “Best Film: Comedy or Musical,” while Amy Adams won “Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy” for ‘Big Eyes’ and Michael Keaton won “Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy” for his role in ‘Birdman.’

Other major wins included Julianne Moore winning the “Best Actress in a Drama” trophy for ‘Still Alice,’ Eddie Redmayne winning the “Best Actor in a Drama” award for ‘The Theory of Everything,’ J.K. Simmons winning the “Best Supporting Actor” gong for ‘Whiplash,’ ‘Leviathan’ winning the “Best Foreign Language” film, and ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2′ winning the “Best Animated Feature”. Check out the full list of winners below.

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