Critics from the British Film Institute hailed Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master as the best film of 2012 in their annual Sight & Sound rankings.
Still from 'The Master' with Philip Seymour Hoffman ©The Weisntein Company. All Rights Reserved.
The nearly one hundred cinema industry professionals gathered at the event ranked Paul Thomas Anderson's movie, which was screened at the Venice film festival in September, as the cream of this year's crop, ahead of Portuguese filmmaker Michel Gomes's Tabu, a black and white period drama set in colonial times.
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