‘Gravity’: What makes the BAFTA winner a British film? – Los Angeles Times

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Los Angeles Times
How could a movie with a Mexican director, two American stars and the backing of a major U.S. studio be named outstanding British film at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards? That’s the question on many awards observers’ minds after
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