When it came to the awards, there weren’t many great surprises at the 2019 Baftas, with The Favourite and Alfonso Cuarón‘s Roma reigning supreme. The ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall was, however, marked by host Joanna Lumley’s cringe-inducing jokes, a number of Brexit jibes, an inspiring acceptance speech by up-and-coming star of Black Panther Letitia Wright and Olivia Coleman telling her fellow The Favourite nominees they were ‘going to get so pissed later’.
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