Last night’s Golden Globes ceremony left me with a strange feeling. On the one hand, I am a fan of classic Hollywood’s ceremonies, meaning glamour, stars, and celebrating the seventh art. On the other hand, no one can deny the fact that it is crucial these days to have strong women voices against sexism and harassment. 2017 could be described as the year of catharsis in Hollywood. All these revelations regarding sexual misconduct have influenced last night’s ceremony. For instance, Seth Meyer’s monologue, who did not hesitate to name names such as Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Woody Allen, and of course Donald Trump.

Almost all the winners in their winning speech referred to the #MeToo and Time's Up movements.

The highlight of the night was Oprah Winfrey’s monologue. She made history last night as she became the first black woman to be honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Moreover, she delivered a powerful and personal speech, trying to raise awareness regarding sexism in Hollywood and supporting all these girls and women who afraid to speak.

Personally, I am not happy with the awards nor was I pleased with the nominations. Specifically, as Natalie Portman put it when she announced the nominees for best director, "And here are the all-male nominees." These words are illustrating the absence of great women directors from this specific category such as Greta Gerwig for Lady Bird, Patty Jenkins for Wonder Woman and Dee Rees for Mudbound.

Also, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association did not risk and gave the awards to experienced actors. For instance, all night I was waiting to hear Timothée Chalamet’s speech, but instead, I heard Gary Oldman.

Women were the big winners last night though. Two movies and one limited tv-series stood out. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Lady Bird and Big Little Lies won the most prestigious awards, sending a strong message to the industry.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is a movie about a mother who seeking justice for her dead daughter achieved to win Best Drama, Best Actress in Drama (Frances McDormand), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Sam Rockwell), Best Screenplay (Martin McDonagh).

Lady Bird is a movie about the relations between a mother and a daughter won Best Musical or Comedy, Best Actress in Musical or Comedy (Saoirse Ronan).

Undoubtedly, in television, Big Little Lies was the biggest winner. It won Best TV Movie or Limited-Series, Best Actress (Nicole Kidman), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Alexander Skarsgard), Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role (Laura Dern).