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Oscar winner brought up issues of immigration, tolerance, says film critic

The ceremony of the 95th edition of the oscar the main cinema award, took place this Sunday (12), at the Dolby Theater, in Los Angeles, in the United States.

“Everything in Everywhere at the Same Time” was the big winner of the night, taking seven of the 11 prizes that competed. They are: Best Film, Director, Actress, Supporting Actor, Supporting Actress, Original Screenplay and Editing.

In an interview with CNN this Monday (13), film critic Flavia Guerra declared that one of the film’s differentials is its approach to serious issues, such as immigration and tolerance.

“It’s interesting because the movie talks about a multiverse, but it’s not about superheroes. It features an immigrant woman who works in a laundry and shows you that you can be everything, everywhere.”

In addition to making Oscar history, the film became the most awarded film in cinema history, winning 165 awards this season.

“How beautiful to see a film win that doesn’t follow the formula of an Oscar film, it’s a surprising season”, he said.

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Source: CNN Brasil

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