Ethan and Joel Coen’s movie No Country For Old Men has triumphed at the 2008 Critics’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
The film landed the coveted Best Picture award as well as the Best Supporting Actor accolade for Javier Bardem at the ceremony on Monday night.
The awards, which are given out by the Broadcast Film Critics Association, are not covered by Writer’s Guild contracts so was not affected by the ongoing strike which has forced other events, including the prestigious Golden Globe Awards, to be cancelled.
Other winners at the ceremony include Daniel Day Lewis, who picked up the Best Actor gong for his role in There Will Be Blood.
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