The awards had almost no political comment. The decisive victor was Bohemian Rhapsody. For the foreign press in Hollywood, Glenn Close, Olivia Colman, Christian Bale and Rami Malek are the actors of the year.
The Golden Globes stir and shuffle the prize season. When everyone thought that A Star Is Born, by Bradley Cooper, would be the grand winner of the grand prizes ceremony before the Oscars, the night produced great surprises.
"This was truly unexpected," was a quote from Graham King, producer of Bohemian Rhapsody, a musical about the Queen musical group that won the best film award, shortly after Rami Malek won the Golden Globe for best dramatic actor, against everything and against everyone with his not that consensual "performance" of Freddy Mercury. This work without a director present (Bryan Singer left the ongoing film) was the great winner of the night, even with a history of negative reviews, thus proving the vocation of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFRA) to reward more popular films and with a stronger lobby. It should be noted that Bohemian Rhapsody is already the box office record holder of a biopic and a popular object that has galvanized the figure of Freddy Mercury like never before.
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