The controversial Russian film "Leviathan" has lost on out on the Oscar award for best foreign language film, which instead went to Poland's black-and-white drama "Ida."
Predictions that "Leviathan" could be headed for an Oscar at the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday had spiked after director Andrei Zvyagintsev's film won the Golden Globe for best foreign language film in January. During the last four years, the Golden Globe winner in that category has also gone on...
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