New York Critics also Dub ‘No Country’ 2007’s #1

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Well, the New York Film Critics Circle agrees with Boston, the National Board of Review and the D.C. critics as they too name the Coen brothers’ thriller No Country for Old Men the best film of 2007. They also fell in line with most awarding Amy Ryan best supporting actress for Gone Baby Gone and Julie Christie best actress for Away from Her.

One difference would be the absence of The Diving Bell and the Butterfly as it has managed to find itself on most lists so far, primarily for best foreign film, but the NYFCC went with The Lives of Others in that department.

Check out the full list below, and remember this Thursday are the Golden Globe nominees.

Best Foreign Film ~ The Lives of Others

Best Animated Film ~ Persepolis

Best First Film – Sarah Polley ~ Away from Her

Best Documentary ~ No End in Sight

Best Cinematographer – Robert Elswit ~ There Will Be Blood

Best Screenplay – Joel and Ethan Coen ~ No Country for Old Men

Best Supporting Actress – Amy Ryan ~ Gone Baby Gone

Best Supporting Actor – Javier Bardem ~ No Country for Old Men

Best Actress – Julie Christie ~ Away from Her

Best Director – Joel and Ethan Coen ~ No Country for Old Men

Best Actor – Daniel Day Lewis ~ There Will Be Blood

Best Picture ~ No Country for Old Men

Lifetime Achievement – Sidney Lumet

Special Critics’ Award – Charles Burnett ~ Killer of Sheep