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81st Golden Globe Awards: Where to watch the Best Motion Picture Drama nominees

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81st Golden Globe Awards: Where to watch the Best Motion Picture Drama nominees
The Best Picture Drama nominess

Last Updated: 08.36 PM, Jan 04, 2024


The first major event in the Hollywood awards circle is almost upon us. The Golden Globe Awards will take place on January 8 and this time around, 6 films are vying for the top honour in the Best Motion Picture (Drama) category, and another 6 in the Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) section. Hardcore cinephiles would have caught most of them in theatres or when they became available on streaming services in India, but if you are among those whose curiosity was stoked after the nominations were announced and want to watch these films before the event, we’ll tell you just where to watch them.

Here's a look at the Best Motion Picture (Drama) nominees



Christopher Nolan’s biographical movie about American scientist J Robert Oppenheimer, and his involvement in the development of the atomic bomb that was eventually deployed in Japan during World War 2. The film stars Cillian Murphy in the title role, along with Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr, Emily Blunt, among others

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV+ (rental only)

Killers of the Flower Moon

This Western crime drama by Martin Scorcese, follows the massacre of the Osage people, in 1920s Oklahoma, after oil is found on their land, and one member’s fight to survive and save her community, Starring Lily Gladstone, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, among others.

Streaming on: Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV+ (Rental only)


Directed by Bradley Cooper, Maestro is a biographical romantic drama film that centres on the relationship between American composer Leonard Bernstein and his wife Felicia Montealegre. Cooper plays Bernstein, while Carey Mulligan is Montealegre. The film also stars Maya Hawke and Sarah Silverman.

Streaming on: Netflix

Past Lives

Celine Song’s directorial debut, follows two childhood friends over two decades, as they contemplate the nature of their relationship. Starring Greta Lee, Teo Yoo and John Magaro, the plot is semi- autobiographical and inspired by real events from Song's life.

Streaming on: Apple TV+

The Zone of Interest

This historical drama follows Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Höss and his wife, as they attempt to build a dream life next to a concentration camp. Christian Friedel and Sandra Hüller star in this film by Jonathan Glazer, which is based on the book The Zone of Interest by Martin Amis.

Streaming on: Mubi

Anatomy of a Fall

Justine Triet’s courtroom drama stars Sandra Hüller as a writer trying to prove her innocence in her husband’s death, after the latter loses his life in a fall near their chalet in the French Alps. Did he really fall or did she push him to his death?

Streaming on: Not available in India currently

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