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Alejandro González Iñárritu Wins Best Director At The Golden Globes

For the second time Alejandro González Iñárritu won the Golden Globe for best director and best motion-picture drama, this time around for the Revenant.

The Revenant is based on a true story, via a novel by Michael Punke, and set in a snowbound North American terrain in the 1820s, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio as the legendary Hugh Glass, who is mauled almost to death by a grizzly bear, then struggles back to life to pursue the man who left him for dead and killed his son. This could help build momentum for Iñárritu to get Oscar votes and possible win best picture and director. Iñárritu beat out Tom McCarthy for Spotlight, George Miller for Mad Max: Fury Road, Ridley Scott for The Martian, and Todd Haynes for Carol.

Es un gran orgullo que este gran Director Mexicano siga obteniendo reconocimientos por su gran trabajo. We will see how many Oscars Iñárritu wins.

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