‘Drive My Car’ wins Best Motion Picture in a Foreign Language at the 2022 Golden Globes.

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‘Drive My Car’ wins Best Motion Picture in a Foreign Language at the 2022 Golden Globes.

‘Drive My Car,’ based on Haruki Murakami’s novel, has now been awarded a Golden Globe.

It’s an honor to be nominated for a Golden Globe.

Non-English Language Motion Picture is undoubtedly one of the most exciting categories, as it brings together some of the best films from around the world in one place.

It contributes to broadening the audience’s horizons for international films while also giving global talent the credit it deserves.

‘Drive My Car’ (Japan) won the award for Best Non-English Language Motion Picture this year, despite some stiff competition.

The film is described as follows on the Golden Globes website: “Nishijima Hidetoshi is a stage actor and director happily married to his playwright wife.”

The nominees for Best Non-English Language Motion Picture included ‘Compartment No. 1’, ‘Compartment No. 2’, ‘Compartment No. 3’, ‘Compartment No. 4′,’Compartment No. 5′,

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“Congratulations to all the nominees and an extra special congratulations to Drive My Car on the (hashtag)GoldenGlobe for Best Non-English Language Motion Picture,” the official Golden Globes Twitter account said.

Congratulations to all of the nominees, but especially to Drive My Car for winning the (hashtag)GoldenGlobe for Best Non-English Language Motion Picture. pic.twitter.comIwpiHa7qPo

January 10, 2022 — Golden Globe Awards (@goldenglobes)

What’s the story behind ‘Drive My Car’?

‘Drive My Car’ is directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi and is based on Haruki Murakami’s novel.

Hamaguchi and Takamasa Oe adapted the screenplay for the film.

Hidetoshi Nishijima (Ysuke Kafuku), Tko Miura (Misaki Watari), Masaki Okada (Kji Takatsuki), and Reika Kirishima (Oto Kafuku, Kafuku’s wife) star in the film.

‘Drive My Car’ follows Ysuke Kafuku, a theatre actor married to Oto Kafuku, a film screenwriter.

Kafuku is aware that Oto is having an affair with a younger man but is afraid of losing their four-year-old daughter to pneumonia, and he is also aware that Oto is having an affair with a younger man but is afraid of losing her.

However, after she suffers a brain hemorrhage, he discovers her dead in their home.

He travels to Hiroshima for a two-month residency with a theatre program two years after her death, where he is set to direct Chekhov’s ‘Uncle Vanya.’

Misaki Watari, who is hired to drive him around, meets him here.

The concept does not appeal to Kafuku.

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