Oscar nominations 2023: Where to stream the films?

The film with probably the smallest budget got the most nominations: The independent science fiction film “Everything Everywhere All at Once” collected eleven nominations.

That’s what it’s all about: Laundromat owner Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh) gets lost in the chaos of her everyday life: the upcoming visit from her father (James Hong) overwhelms her, the wishes of the customers push her to her limits and the upcoming tax return is completely over her head. Going to the tax office is inevitable, but while she and her family visit the tax inspector (Jamie Lee Curtis), her universe is completely turned upside down.

Space and time dissolve and the people around them, like themselves, suddenly have other lives in parallel worlds. She discovers that the multiverse is real and she can access the abilities and lives of other versions of herself. This is also sorely needed, because she is entrusted with a great, if not the greatest possible mission: to save the world from the unknown evil.

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” can be rented and bought on Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Apple TV+, the Sky Store and Maxdome. Here’s the movie!

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