The lost girl is one of the most acclaimed Netflix films of 2021. The films received three nominations at the 94th Academy Awards: Maggie Gyllenhaal for Best Adapted Screenplay, Olivia Colman for Best Actress, and Jessie Buckley for Best Supporting Actress.
Those who watched the film are probably interested to see if the film won any of the awards it was nominated for, especially since it faced many tough competitors. Colman was competing with Nicole Kidman for Be the Ricardos, Kristen Stewart for spencerPenelope Cruz for Parallel mothers and Jessica Chastain for Tammy Faye’s eyes.
Meanwhile, Buckley was in a category that included Kirsten Dunst for The power of the dogAriana DeBose for West Side StoryJudi Dench for Belfast and Aunjanue Ellis for King Richard.
Then there is Gyllenhaal, whose other nominees were Siân Heder for CODAJane Campion forThe power of the dogRyūsuke Hamaguchi and Takamasa Oe for drive my car and Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve and Eric Roth for Dunes.
So without further ado, let’s look at how many Oscar awards The lost girl managed to win (or lose) at this year’s Oscars.
Did the lost girl win an Oscar?
Unfortunately no, The lost girl did not win an Oscar at the 94th Academy Awards. Olivia Colman lost the Best Actress award to Jessica Chastain, who won for her portrayal of Tammy Faye in Tammy Faye’s eyes. Then Jessie Buckley lost to Best Supporting Actress to Ariana DeBose, who took home the award and made history with her big win for West Side Story.
Ultimately, The lost girl also lost the Best Adapted Screenplay award. Maggie Gyllenhaal was nominated for the award, but lost out to Sian Heder for her work on the Best Picture of the Night winner, CODA.
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