By People Staff
Updated January 08, 2008 10:05 AM
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"It feels great. It’s a big surprise. I’m very happy about the whole thing with No Country, because I think it’s a movie that is really risky and it gets to people, and it’s difficult to be in a movie that gets to people."

• Javier Bardem, 38, talks to PEOPLE after winning the Critics’ Choice Award for best supporting actor in No Country for Old Men, which also won best picture. The Coen brothers were also named best director Monday night. The actor declined to answer any questions about Penelope Cruz, but did say his plans for the night included “getting drunk.”
– Jed Dreben