'The good pattern' warms up for the Goya after his triumph in the forqué

When Javier Gurruchaga sang 'travel with us' in TVE, Javier Bardem started at the cinema with 'the ages of Lulu'. So so. Well it is, or it was then, tha

'The good pattern' warms up for the Goya after his triumph in the forqué

When Javier Gurruchaga sang 'travel with us' in TVE, Javier Bardem started at the cinema with 'the ages of Lulu'. So so. Well it is, or it was then, that more than 30 years later would coincide again. Or almost. The forqué awards celebrated on Saturday night were decided to probably honor by inertia to the uncompromising (or stomaching, as you want) 80s and there was the boss of the band Mondragón and, in fact, the boss, the patron. Together, side by side.

The awards that deliver the producers decided, in fact, by 'the good pattern' and for the film directed by Fernando León de Aranoa and starring Javier Bardem were the mentions for the best film and actor (his first forqué). It is worth as a track and predestination. Much you have to twist things so that the record of 20 candidates that accumulates the tape in the Goya does not translate into another brand.

At the moment, the film that portrays with a clarity that scares something more than just labor relations has already passed the first barrier. Almost 20 years seen from 'Mondays to the sun', who also won this same prize, León de Aranoa Pugna now for teaching the counterplane of that. If the first was a history of unemployed that was fraught with a fractured identity by the market and its industrial reconversions precisely the wounds of the 80s, the one that concerns us is the story, also identity, of an entrepreneur, of some workers and The relationships they tie him. And condemn. Everything coincides.

The Best Actress Award was, with some surprise, for Blanca Portillo for his role by Maixabel Lasa in precisely 'Maixabel', of Icíar Bollaín. She competed with Penelope Cruz, for 'parallel mothers', and that, thus said, is a lot to say and much compete. For the same tape, and for saying everything, it was the so-called film award and values. The documentary '100 days with the Tata', by Miguel Ángel Muñoz, and the Ibero-American film that already wore in San Sebastián 'Fire Night', from Tatiana Huezo, completed the palmés as far as Film is concerned.

The triumphant series was 'iron', from Pepe Coira, which in its second season has again coincided the tragedy of the landscape of the island with the drama that looks and plays a candela peña on the role of relentless judge. For her, as she touches and implacable, she was also the prize next to Javier Chamber for her work in 'Come Juan', in her third season.

And so things, the first of all the prizes that will come already owner and patron. And so. And, by God, enough of the very reactionary 80.

Date Of Update: 11 December 2021, 18:31

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