Last year the Boston Society of Film Critics gave Juliette Lewis the Best Supporting Actress prize for Conviction. It’s nice to see they’ve kept their originality in a few categories this year. But check out the love for Margaret! Unfortunately there was only one screening of the film and lots of the voters missed out on it. Hopefully this will change come January?
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