Atonement is back in the game, having won the Golden Globe award for Best Drama. With Joel and Ethan Coen having lost the Best Director award besides and No Country having fallen to Atonement, the question is to what degree are these two No Country losses indicative of general Academy sentiment…if at all? In any event, Joe Wright‘s admirable period romance has gotten a reprieve. It was thought to be a dead duck, and now it doesn’t seem to be. Again — how widely shared is this liking? And to what extent is this decision an anti-No Country vote (possibly due to “that ending”) as much as a pro-Atonement one?