Accepting her award for best foreign-language film from Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson, [Susanne] Bier nervously joked that her movie features “people who speak like they have potatoes shoved down their throats.” Dead silence. After several awkward seconds, the director hastily wrapped up her speech.
Weeks later, Bier still sounds chagrined. “I got a bit paralyzed,” she explains. “I’d very carefully written a speech, and I couldn’t even read it. What was worse, I did not kiss Robert Pattinson, and now my daughter is never going to speak to me again.”
Can you blame her, Susanne? Can you blame her. The chance of a lifetime. To have Robert Pattinson's lips on your cheek. And all you can think about is winning the Golden Globe for best foreign film. This breaks my heart.
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