We’ll give you a preview as soon as we see the movie: “Steve Jobs” was a good film that did not accurately reflect the character’s story and by extension, Apple’s. And it seems that the Golden Globes award has faithfully reflected this thesis, since the film did not exactly go wrong.
The film won two Golden Globes: Best Supporting Actress for Kate Winslet and Best Screenplay, among many other nominations. Winslet also played a complicated role in the film, playing
Laureen JobsJoanna Hoffman. Among the critics of the film, Laureen Jobs, the widow of Apple’s co-founder, had been particularly upset by the way her husband’s story had been put together by Aaron Sorkin, the screenwriter of the film.
The latter got a bad rap, not only for picking up the award for best screenplay, but also for responding in this way to the many criticisms that his work had received , including from important figures such as Tim Cook himself. “I could go through surgery without knowing it right now, I’m on a cloud,” confessed Sorkin at the conclusion of the ceremony.