Everything Everywhere All at Once wins Oscar 2023

Everything Everywhere All at Once

This article was last updated on March 13, 2023

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Everything Everywhere All at Once wins Oscar

The film Everything Everywhere All at Once has successfully fulfilled its anticipated role at the Oscars, earning seven awards including Best Picture, Director, Actress, and Supporting Actor.

Michelle Yeoh made history as the first Asian woman to receive an Oscar, dedicating her win to all children who look up to her as a beacon of hope. Directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan dedicated their awards to their mothers, who had supported their creative pursuits despite societal limitations.

The film, which follows a struggling mother traveling through different realities to save her family, also earned Jamie Lee Curtis her first Oscar after a 45-year career. Ke Huy Quan and Brendan Fraser, both emotional after their wins, shared their personal struggles and encouraged others to hold on to their dreams.

In addition, the podcast De Dag discussed the recent success of Asian films in Hollywood, citing increased attention to diversity and a long history of struggles in the Asian film industry. Other films with many nominations did not fare as well, but the German war drama Im Westen Nichts Neues earned four awards, including Best International Film.

The Best Documentary award went to Navalny, a film about the aftermath of the poisoning of the Putin critic, with his wife Yulia speaking at the ceremony about his imprisonment and the hope for a free and democratic Russia.

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