Mirren trumps at Rome
ROME: A Danish movie about a gay love affair between two members of a neo-Nazi group won top honours on Friday at the Rome Film Festival, while Helen Mirren won the best actress award.
Mirren won for her depiction of Leo Tolstoy’s wife Sofya in The Last Station, while Meryl Streep picked up a career achievement award.
The winning movie, Brotherhood, is the first feature film by Nicolo Donato, 35, who previously worked as a fashion photographer. – Sapa-AP