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2011 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar Nominees

SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS Five films were nominated for Best Foreign Language Film Academy Awards in 2011. The films competing for Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards are: ''Biutiful,'' from Mexico ''Dogtooth,'' from Greece ''In a Better World,'' from Denmark ''Incendies,'' from Canada ''Outside the Law (Hors-la-loi),'' from Algeria ''Biutiful'' is a 2010 foreign language drama that follows a Barcelona man's struggle to provide for his two children while navigating the city's criminal underworld. In ''Dogtooth,'' three teenagers raised in total isolation on their country estate by domineering and controlling parents come of age and begin to "test the boundaries" imposed by their mother and father. ''In a Better World'' tells the story of two Danish boys trying to connect with their fathers. The boys forge a close friendship - one based, in part, on violence. Their families are left to try and help the boys understand how to live a life of non-violence. ''Incendies'' tells the story of twin children, Jeanne and Simon, who travel to their mother's native Lebanon after she dies in an effort to fulfill her last wishes. Together, Jeanne and Simon must piece together their family's "complex" history. ''Outside the Law'' is set in post-World War II Algeria, where a trio of brothers "follow very different paths" as each tries to help Algeria gain independence from France. REFS Check out More Videos from Mahalo: How to Play Guitar: How to Speak French: How to Speak Italian: How to Speak Spanish: How to Speak Korean: Learn Math: Learn German: Learn Biology: Learn Math: Learn German:
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