‘Amour’ dominates at Cesars

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Clearly the film of the year in France, “Amour” won Cesar Awards tonight for top picture, director (Michael Haneke), actor (Jean-Louis Trintignant), actress (Emmanuelle Riva, above) and original screenplay (Haneke).  Meanwhile, that foreign film “Argo” won the prize in its category.

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