Picture: Snowpiercer (72/10)
Director: Jim Jarmusch, Only Lovers Left Alive (90/11)
Actress: Charlotte Gainsbourg, Nymph()maniac Vol. II (68/8)
Actor: Oscar Isaac, A Most Violent Year (78/7)
S. Actor: Dave Bautista, Guardians of the Galaxy (55/5)
S. Actress: Marisa Tomei, Love Is Strange (67/7)
Screenplay: Ebru Ceylan & Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Winter Sleep (81/6)
Scene: Timur the soccer coach, Two Days, One Night (48/4)
Jarmusch previously placed 16th for Dead Man (1996) and 17th for Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (2000).
Gainsbourg makes her fifth appearance in the last decade, following nods for The Science of Sleep (#14s, 2006), I'm Not There (#9s, 2007), Antichrist (#2, 2009), and Melancholia (#6s, 2011). Tomei has placed three times before in Supporting, landing at #5 (In the Bedroom, 2001), #17 (Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, 2007), and #3 (The Wrestler, 2008). Isaac came in 2nd just last year for Inside Llewyn Davis, losing to Leonardo DiCaprio. Bautista is new.
The Ceylans' screenplay for Once Upon a Time in Anatolia placed 15th two years ago.
What a Batista Bomb
I am partly responsible for Bautista's placing, Anonymous. I'm glad several others also thought him worthy. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY was one my faves this year, but it seems I'm in a minority there.
Obviously I meant a minority in terms of Skandie voters. GUARDIANS is much beloved by normal people.
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