Infinite grace and well-meaning words!

Wear black at the Golden Globes to show its support for the Time’s Up initiative and its fight against sexual violence, that’s good, but to speak is even better. Oprah Winfrey, recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award, gave a strong and poignant speech. For her part, Natalie Portman distinguished herself by elegantly teasing the nominations before awarding an award alongside director Ron Howard. Indeed, by announcing the names in the running for the prize for the best filmmaker, the Oscar-winning actress said in passing, with a smile that says a lot: ” Here is the all-male list of nominees for the best director award. ”

His short and effective sentence was applauded throughout the hall. It must be said that again, no woman was in the category “director”, facing Martin McDonagh ( 3 Billboards: The Panels of Vengeance) , Christopher Nolan ( Dunkirk ), Ridley Scott ( All the money from world ), Steven Spielberg ( Pentagon Papers ) and Guillermo del Toro ( The Form of Water ). The latter won the victory for a feature film that follows the story of a modest and dumb employee of a governmental ultrecret laboratory. Her life goes forever when she and her colleague Zelda discover an even more secretive experience than others …