Crime drama thriller "No Country for Old Men" was selected as the Best Picture while its star Javier Bardem taking the Best Supporting Actor honor.
Joining other film critics organization in revealing the best works in film industry, the Boston Society of Film Critics has picked up acclaimed big screen titles and names to be the honorees of its BSFC Awards this year.
For the Best Picture, the group turned out to have the same taste as National Board of Review and Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association did, giving the title to Coen Brothers-directed "No Country for Old Men." Furthermore, it also deemed star Javier Bardem the Best Supporting Actor for his role as Anton Chigurh.
However, the big winner appeared to be French-language "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly." Not only landed the Best Foreign Language Picture prize, the movie scored that of Best Director for Julian Schnabel and Best Cinematography for Janusz Kaminski as well.
In acting categories, Frank Langella of "Starting out in the Evening" triumphantly came out as the Best Actor, accompanied by Marion Cotillard as the Best Actress, thanks to her performance in "La Vie en Rose." "Gone Baby Gone" star Amy Ryan, in the meantime, joined Bardem in the supporting honor with helmer Ben Affleck being named Best New Filmmaker.
Taking the Best Screenplay prize was Brad Bird for his effort in lauded CGI animation "Ratatouille" while that of Best Documentary was bestowed upon "Crazy Love", which depicts the story of Burt and Linda Pugach, who married after he was released from prison for having had her blinded with acid. Other honor of Best Ensemble fell into the hands of the starry cast of "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead."