Antonio Banderas 'Cannes' award was necessary?
We surpassed Cannes, one of the most prestigious awards of European cinema. One of the biggest surprises of this year's award ceremony in which South Korean director Bong Joon-ho won the Golden Palm with his film 'Parasite' was Antonio Banderas.
Antonio Banderas was one of the most famous actors of the 90s. A generation knew him and loved him with the film Zorro. Not only Spain and Europe, but Banderas managed to become a world-renowned and popular actor. Banderas is now 58 years old with his good looks and memorable roles in the blockbuster movies. I mean, he's having the second spring of his career. And now he's an award-winning, prestigious actor from Cannes!
None of us have seen the productions of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival this year. Together with the whole world, we will have the chance to watch the movies that have been gradually awarded. One of those films is the world-famous Spanish director Pedro Almodovar's 'Douleur et gloire', 'Pain and Glory'. Starring in this film, Banderas was able to impress the jury of Cannes with his performance and won the 'Best Actor' award.
It is interesting to note that Banderas won the aktör actor en award in a prestigious ceremony like Cannes, perhaps even more than Oscar years later. After this time, no one can underestimate Banderas and underestimate his acting. Just like Jade Cluster who won the Golden Orange or Oscar winner Sandra Bullock. His actor was registered, albeit late. No one can say, "What is Banderas, a mediocre actor in blockbusters?" Winning awards from huge Cannes is not always the tribute of every brave.
There is more ... A player like Antonio Banderas, whose actors were found to be 'mediocre' by a mass that could not be underestimated, had to have a Cannes award. Obviously, the popular names need to prove that they are successful with their acting. Sandra Bullock, before winning the Oscar "90s romantic comedy actor," he was underestimated, Oscar-winning almond-eyed! We have to accept this fact. Unfortunately, the popular ones must win prestigious awards to be considered ... Sad but true!