|1982||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television||A Woman Called Golda||Won|
|1978||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Autumn Sonata||Nominated|
|1978||Hollywood Foreign Press Association||Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama||Autumn Sonata||Nominated|
|1978||National Board of Review||Best Actress||Autumn Sonata||Won|
|1978||National Society of Film Critics||Best Actress||Autumn Sonata||Won|
by Jessie Heyman
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by Gary Susman
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by Jeffrey M. Anderson
Salt opened this past weekend to middling reviews and middling box office; the consensus appears to be that people are more or less in the middle on it. But it does do one thing well; it features a female secret agent who can...
by Monika Bartyzel
A rumor is just a rumor, until it becomes fact. Whenever I see one of these sorts of stories, my inner core of movie fandom shudders. What if THIS is the one that's not a rumor?The Daily Mail claims that Madonna is looking to...