Oscars 2013: Best Picture is Everything and Everywhere at Once | Oscars 2023

Written and performed by the duo Daniels, consisting of Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan, Everything Everywhere at the Same Time is the big winner of the 95th edition of the Oscars. He collected seven of the 11 statuettes he was nominated for. It became, in fact, the third film ever to receive three acting awards at this ceremony – only Stephanie Hsu was left out, as Best Supporting Actress, the prize going to colleague Jamie Lee Curtis –, after One Streetcar Named Desireby Elia Kazan, and scandal on televisionby Sidney Lumet, who still did not win Best Picture.

In the acceptance speech, producer Jonathan Wang mentioned the strange nature of the film and the “weird” people who made it. He also quoted one of his most romantic lines to his wife (something like “in another life, I would have loved to just do the laundry and do the tax returns with you”), spoke of his father, who “like many immigrant parents, died young” , and will have taught you that “No person is more important than profits and no person is more important than anyone else”.

The distributor A24, which was also responsible for The whalewhich won two Oscars – including one for Brendan Fraser, who opposite Michelle Yeoh, protagonist of Everything Everywhere at the Same Time in The Mummy: The Tomb of the Dragon Emperorfrom 2008 – was also thanked for the risk she took.

Daniel Kwan, with his jacket saying “punk” on the back, just like Evelyn, the film’s protagonist played by fellow Oscar winner Yeoh, said that, after the Oscars for Best Original Screenplay and Directing, he and his colleague Scheinert had already spoken enough, but noted “the world is changing fast and I’m afraid our stories” won’t have the time to keep up.

The statuette was handed over by Harrison Ford, who made Indiana Jones and the Lost Temple with Ke Huy Quan, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor​ for this same film.

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