This 78th Golden Globes were quite different from other Golden Globes ceremonies, but not so different from the world’s situation during this pandemic. We saw amazing hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler and a lot of chic presenters on stage, while watching and listening to nominees and winners live from their homes.

In case you were not able to watch The Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s selection of winners, and don’t know who the top victors of the night were, we prepared a list of the leading five. Also, we give you a short review of each in case you missed them on TV, cinemas or streaming platforms.  

Credit: Polygon (March 2021)

“Nomadland” – 2 Golden Globes

Winner: Best motion picture – drama

Winner: Director – motion picture (Chloé Zhao)

Review: A woman lost everything in the Great Recession and decides to embark herself on a journey living as a modern nomad on a van through the American West.

“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” – 2 Golden Globes

Winner: Actor in a motion picture – musical or comedy

Winner: Best motion picture – musical or comedy

Review: After being in Kazakhstan, Borat decides to return to the United States to reveal the true essence of American culture, the political elections and the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Soul” – 2 Golden Globes

Winner: Original Score – motion picture

Winner: Motion picture – animated

A New York pianist and teacher finds himself caught in the middle of an unknown land between life and the afterlife, just before he is chosen to give the gig of his life.

“The Queen’s Gambit” – 2 Golden Globes

Winner: Limited series, anthology series or motion picture made for television

Winner: Actress in a limited series, anthology series or motion picture made for television (Anya Taylor-Joy)

An introverted and prodigious years old orphan girl discovers and climbs through the mastery of chess (and life), becoming a world master in the 1960s chess world amongst men.

Credit: El Confidencial (March 2021)

“The Crown” – 4 Golden Globes

Winner: Supporting actress – television (Gillian Anderson)

Winner: Television Series – drama

Winner: Actor in a television series – drama (Josh O’Connor)

Winner: Actress in a television series – drama (Emma Corrin)

Follows the life of the royal family and Queen Elizabeth II’s reign, the historical moments involving the UK, and the difficult day-to-day decisions the family makes.