‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ breaks Bafta record with seven wins

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A German remake of All Quiet on the Western Front has dominated this year’s BAFTA awards breaking the record for most awards won by a film not in English at the ceremony. The anti-war epic is based on the 1928 novel of the same name by author Erich Maria Remarque. The first film adaptation was released in English in 1930. Looking at the horrors of the First World from the perspective of a young German soldier, the Netflix drama had led nominations, winning 14 BAFTA nods. It took seven of those 14 gongs, including best film, best adapted screenplay and best director for Edward Berger, among oth…

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