Ben Affleck's Iran hostage drama "Argo" and musical "Les Miserables" were the big winners Sunday at the Golden Globes, while Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" went home with a disappointing single award.
(From L) Actor-director Ben Affleck, and producers Grant Heslov and George Clooney, winners of Best Motion Picture (Drama) for "Argo", on January 13, 2013 at the Golden Globes. Affleck's Iran hostage drama and the musical "Les Miserables" were the big winners on Sunday.
Affleck won both best dramatic film and director for his movie about a CIA mission to rescue diplomats in Tehran in 1979, while "Les Miserables" won best film, actor and supporting actress in the musical/comedy category.
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