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Winter’s Bone on Wikipedia
If you haven’t taken a look at what Wikipedia has to say about Winter’s Bone you might think about it. It contains a comprehensive listing of awards that Winter’s Bone has taken. Scroll down a bit to get to it. … Continue reading
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John Hawkes, best supporting actor Jennifer Lawrence, best actress Debra Granik & Ann Roselini, best screenplay BEST PICTURE! Another amazing outcome. I am speechless!
“The world described by Winter’s Bone is a place of woe, where when things aren’t bad they’re worse. It’s remote, inhospitable, out there on the very edge of things, impoverished, populated by brooding malcontents, linked by blood, suspicion and ill-feeling and otherwise … Continue reading
Posted in Movie Reviews, Winter's Bone Tagged Anne Rosellini, Bo Brown, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, folk music, Garret Dillahunt, Jennifer Lawrence, John Hawkes, Jonathan Scheuer, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, meth in the Ozarks, Missouri folk culture, movie reviews, Music, Ozark culture, Ozarks, Tedi May, UNCUT, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone Leave a comment