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THE 72ND GOLDEN GLOBES

Politics takes the spotlight at awards night

Boyhood sweeps top prizes while actors show solidarity for freedom of speech in wake of recent events
Tuesday, January 13, 2015 - 05:50
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'Boyhood' producer Jonathan Sehring (at mike) accepts the Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture, Drama, while winning director Richard Linklater looks on (left).
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Michael Keaton (above, left) bags the Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy for 'Birdman'; Actor Eddie Redmayne (above, right), wins Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama, for 'The Theory of Everything'
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Amy Adams wins Best Actress in a Movie Comedy for 'Big Eyes'.
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(Above, from left) Actors Tina Fey, Margaret Cho (as a North Korean general) and Amy Poehler take potshots at the recent Sony cyberattacks.

Beverly Hills, California

AS stars and filmmakers made a grand show of their support for free speech and the rights of all, a pair of personal films, Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel, took the top movie prizes on Sunday night at the 72nd Golden Globes.

"The bottom line is that

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