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New York critics opt for No Country For Old Men

The Coen Brothers dominated the New York Film Critics Circle awards announced this morning, taking best picture, director, screenplay and supporting actor for Javier Bardem. Paul Thomas Anderson's oil saga There Will Be Blood, which was the clear favourite with the Los Angeles Film Critics Association's at the weekend, earned two awards as Daniel Day-Lewis was named best actor and Robert Elswit took best cinematography honours. ...

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