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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: "Her," a story about a man who falls in love with a computer operating system, wins the National Board of Review award for 2013 best film of the year and best director. On Tuesday (January 7) in New York director Spike Jonze and others picked up their acting prizes and special honors. Jonze's "Her," stars Joaquin Phoenix as a withdrawn writer in Los Angeles in the quirky love story. Best adapted screenplay went to Terence Winter for director Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street," a film which has gotten a lot attention for its vulgar depiction of Wall Street greed. In addition to reportedly setting a record for the most use of the F-word in a film. The NBR honored Scorsese and the film's star Leonardo DiCaprio with the spotlight award for their career collaboration. "For me, it's been the most unbelievable educational process anyone, learning experience, anyone can ever have in their lifetime. And I've