Hollywood celebrities can display their designer clothing, fine jewelry, and suits on the Baftas red carpet.
All Quiet on the Western Front, a World War One epic, dominated this year's award ceremony, winning seven prizes, including the crucial best film honor.
The setting of the Netflix movie, however, was as far away from the glitz and glamour of an A-list awards season as you possibly can imagine.
The arduous shoot was designed by director Edward Berger to accurately depict the circumstances faced by the troops at the time.
The movie's star, Felix Kammerer, admitted that it was a lot of work in an interview with BBC Newsbeat on the Baftas red carpet.
The 27-year-old claimed, "I trained extensively in advance.".
We were actually running with 90 pounds of equipment on us in the mud and the cold, and I think that added a lot to the realistic feeling of the film.
"So I believe it just benefited us. ".
Berger, who won the award for best director, paid tribute to those engaged in the conflict in Ukraine in one of his many acceptance speeches.
Austrian actor Felix made his film debut in this one, and he believes the invasion of Russia makes the themes of the movie even more poignant and current.
I believe it just serves to demonstrate to us time and time again that war never ends, he said.
And we must take action to stop it. And it's clear that we're not becoming any more intelligent.
"Perhaps we ought to consider what is wrong with us instead of what is wrong with war," someone suggested.
Sheila Atim, a rising star nominee who portrays a warrior in Viola Davis' The Woman King, was also interviewed by Newsbeat.
Sheila worked extremely hard while filming the movie, which is about a group of all-female warriors defending the African kingdom of Dahomey.
"Training. Lots of exercise, daily gym time, and daily stunt practice, she said.
Additionally, you must mentally be committed to completing the task. Anyone who has performed a HIIT workout will be aware that a significant portion of it is mental.
"It was about sticking with it and helping each other out during what was a pretty taxing process. ".
How did it feel to play a warrior in a movie with so many strong female characters?
We might not all want to go through the training, but we all want to act like warriors, Sheila said.
The opportunity to do that, some historical knowledge, reading the scripts, and how meticulously the action was described in the script.
"So I could see the battle scenes, the vision, and our need to take part in this. ".
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