19 Sep
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Texas, early 20th century. A story about family, greed and religion. Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis) moves to a miserable city with the purpose of making a fortune, but, as he gets richer, his principles and values disappear and he ends up dominated by ambition. After finding a rich oil field in 1902, he becomes a wealthy tycoon. When, years later, he tries to seize a new site, he has to face the preacher Eli Sunday (Paul Dano). Adaptation of Upton Sinclair's novel "Oil", written in 1927. (FILMAFFINITY)

Original title: There Will Be Blood
Year 2007
Duration: 158 min.
Country: United States
Direction: Paul Thomas Anderson
Screenplay: Paul Thomas Anderson (Novel: Upton Sinclair)
Music: Jonny Greenwood
Photography: Robert Elswit
Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Paul Dano, Kevin J. O'Connor, Ciarán Hinds, Russell Harvard, Dillon Freasier, Sydney McCallister, David Willis, David Warshofsky, Colton Woodward, Colleen Foy
Producer: Miramax / Paramount Vantage
Genre: Drama | Historical. Years 20. Rural life (North America)

Awards
2008: César Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Film
2008: Berlin Festival: Silver Bear for Best Director and artistic contribution sob.
2007: 2 Oscars: best leading actor (Day-Lewis), photography. 8 nominations
2007: Golden Globe: Best Dramatic Actor (Day-Lewis). 2 nominations
2007: BAFTA Awards: Best Actor (Day-Lewis). 9 nominations
2007: New York Film Critics Circle: Best Actor (Day-Lewis) and Photography. 4 nominations
2007: Los Angeles Film Critics Association: 4 awards, including Best Film and Direction
2007: American Film Institute (AFI): Top 10 - Best Movies of the Year
2007: 2 Critics' Choice Awards: Best Actor and Composer. 3 nominations
2007: Chicago Critics Association: Best Actor (Day-Lewis). 6 nominations
2007: Producers Union (PGA): Nominated for Best Film
2007: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Nominated for Best Director
2007: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay
2007: Actors Guild of America (SAG): Best Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis)
2008: South Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Film

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