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National Board of Review Awards 1992

64th National Board of Review Awards


Best Picture:
Howards End

The 64th National Board of Review Awards, honoring the best in filmmaking in 1992, were announced on 16 December 1992 and given on 22 February 1993.

Contents

  • Top 10 films 1
  • Top foreign Films 2
  • Winners 3
  • External links 4

Top 10 films

  1. Howards End
  2. The Crying Game
  3. Glengarry Glen Ross
  4. A Few Good Men
  5. The Player
  6. Unforgiven *Academy Award for Best Picture*
  7. One False Move
  8. Peter's Friends
  9. Bob Roberts
  10. Malcolm X

Top foreign Films

  1. Indochine
  2. Raise the Red Lantern
  3. Tous les matins du monde
  4. Mediterraneo
  5. Like Water for Chocolate

Winners

External links

  • National Board of Review of Motion Pictures :: Awards for 1992
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