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Goyas swept out to 'Sea'

1 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

MADRID -- Alejandro Amenabar's The Sea Inside swept all the major honors, including best picture, at the 19th Spanish Academy Awards, winning 14 Goya statues from its 15 nominations. Sogecine's The Sea Inside displaced Carlos Saura's Ay, Carmela, which won 13 trophies in 1990, as the most successful Goya winner ever. Pedro Almodovar's Bad Education and Saura's latest, The Seventh Day both left empty-handed. Amenabar picked up four honors Sunday, as executive producer, director, screenwriter and composer, and Spain's most successful movie of the year won all of the acting categories, including favorite Javier Bardem, who portrays real-life paraplegic Ramon Sampedro, and co-star Lola Duenas, who beat out Penelope Cruz for the best actress nod. The Sea Inside had already picked up best director and actor awards in the European Film Awards, best actor and the Jury Grand Prix in the Venice Film Festival and a Golden Globe. »

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