I wonder how she can be a winner when Paul Thomas Anderson's advice was for her to just be herself only while doing the role. I mean, actors have been known to play the same characters through movies and all, but to just be themselves? I'm not disagreeing that she didn't go a good job, because what she did was right for the role. But there's a difference between that and being named best actress of something.
Samantha Morton was sadly overlooked.