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Oscars 2023: “Everything Everywhere All at Once” Claims Seven Awards At 95th Anniversary

At the 95th year of the Oscars we saw an award-worthy science-fiction film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” win an outstanding count of seven awards, which is a turning point for diversity in filmmaking, as Michelle Yeoh is the first ever Asian to win Best Actress. Michelle’s mother was in tears after her record-breaking win and Michelle Yeoh, overwhelmed by the moment, said this after receiving the famous statuette: “For all the little boys and girls who look like me watching tonight, this is a beacon of hope and possibilities [...] And ladies, don't let anybody tell you that you are ever past your prime.” Michelle’s co-actors also accepted the Best Co-Actor and Actress awards.

The movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is about a Chinese launderette owner struggling with financial and social problems, such as taxes and her connection with her daughter, when she discovers herself in different dimensions in the multiverse, where she has to use their different skills to save the world.

In second place was “All Quiet on the Western Front”, translated from the classic “Im Westen Nichts Neues”, which is about the negative aspects of war. It won four awards, including Best International Feature. Other films awarded were Black Panther for Best Costume Design and Pinocchio for Best Animation.

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