Argentina, 1985 shone in the Platinum Awards. After becoming the film with the most nominations for the awards in 14 shortlists, it won the highest award as Best film. In addition, she was awarded Best Screenplay, Art Direction, Male Performance and Platinum Award for Cinema and Education in Values.
“This is a party, I would like to thank on behalf of all the producers. This film gave work to more than 5000 people. Thank you very much to all of you, long live Ibero-American cinema all. Let’s go ”, he expressed happily
Alexandra Fletcher She spoke minutes after the coronation with América Noticias and recounted very enthusiastically: “We are very happy. The party continues. We leave very happy. This film deeply penetrated the hearts of Argentines. This story speaks of memory, truth and justice. Those flags are the ones we continue to defend”.
“I hope they are as happy as we are. We are very excited. It would be nice to be able to dedicate it to our partner Claudio Passano,” said Peter Lanzani, remembering the actor who passed away this January.
Ricardo Darín won the Platino Award for best male performance
The Argentine actor won the award for best male performance for playing the prosecutor Julio Strassera.
“I want to share it with Peter Lanzani, who is also nominated here, without him I would not have been able to do it, I swear,” he said with total sincerity at the prestigious ceremony in Madrid.
To conclude his speech, and almost on the verge of tears, he added: “I would like to dedicate this award to the incredible humanity of Mr. Julio César Strassera. Never Again, Never Again.”
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