Good afternoon, Chicago.
Another historic Oscar passed with “Everything everywhere and at once” is the main winner at the Sunday evening ceremony.
The film is about a Chinese-American family living above their laundromat, dealing with debt, internal divisions, and alternate universes ruled by a bagel. the last heart-warmer to go all the way to best picture statuswrites the critic Michael Phillips. He asks, “Is this a game changer? Will we see more films like this? Do we want that?”
See the full list Winners of the “Oscar” award. also how grievances and surprises.
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