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'Amour' wins best picture of 2012 from LA Film Critics

amour-poster.pngThe Los Angeles Film Critics Association gave "Amour" its top honor for the year, with "The Master" number two. Paul Thomas Anderson won best director for "The Master," ahead of Kathryun Bigelow for "Zero Dark Thirty."

The best actors are Joaquin Phoenix and Jennifer Lawrence; supporting actors are Dwight Henry and Amy Adams. Boy, the LA critics really liked "The Master."

Here is the LACFA's full list.


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