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'No Country,' no question

Coens' Western takes top prizes while Europeans sweep in acting

Academy Awards Video
By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / February 25, 2008

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In a year of bleak cinematic visions, the bleakest won out: "No Country for Old Men," a dark tale of evil and entropy in the new West, took best picture at the 80th Academy Awards last night, also winning statues for best directors for Joel and Ethan Coen, best supporting actor, and best adapted screenplay. (Full article: 1097 words)

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