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The National Society of Film Critics Sunday voted its two top awards to “The Unbearable Lightness of Being,” which won best picture, and best director for Philip Kaufman. Best picture runners-up were the Spanish film, “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown,” and a tie for third between “Wings of Desire” and “A World Apart.” Best actor went to Michael Keaton for his work in both “Clean and Sober” and “Beetlejuice.” Judy Davis was named best actress for “High Tide.” Others: supporting actor, Dean Stockwell, for “Married to the Mob” and “Tucker”; supporting actress, Mercedes Ruehl, “Married to the Mob”; script, “Bull Durham” by writer-director Ron Shelton; documentary: Errol Morris’ story about a condemned Texas murderer, “The Thin Blue Line.”


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