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Golden Globes: 'A Separation' wins best foreign language film

January 15, 2012 |  6:34 pm

A Separation

Asghar Farhadi's domestic drama "A Separation" won the best foreign language film award at the 69th Golden Globes on Sunday. The early front-runner for the foreign-language Oscar and a rare triple prize winner at the Berlin International Film Festival, the film centers on a married couple in the process of splitting up.

The Golden Globes are being held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and are being televised on NBC.


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-- Gina McIntyre

Photo: Leila Hatami and Peyman Moadi star in "A Separation." Credit: Sony Pictures Classics