Next Sunday, February 24, the 91st edition of the Oscars at the Dolby Theater, where before the show starts we will see the traditional parade of the red carpet of the Oscars.
A few days after having the most awaited party of cinema, I do a review to know the interpreters who choose to take the golden statuette. These are the male stars nominated to Award for Best Actor 2019.
Viggo Mortensen, for 'Green Book'
Mortensen (New York, 1958) plays Tony Lip, an ill-mannered driver who will transport African-American pianist Don Shirley on a journey that will unveil the racist panorama of the 1960s in the United States.
Rami Malek, for 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
Rami Malek (Los Angeles, 1981) puts himself in the shoes of singer Freddie Mercury in a film that reviews the trajectory of Queen and her rise to success. A story that ends in the tragic death of Mercury due to AIDS.
Christian Bale, for 'The vice of power'
Bale (Wales, 1974) plays one of the most powerful men in history, Vice President Dick Cheney, under the candidacy of George W. Bush. A critical film that reveals the ins and outs of United States politics.
Willem Dafoe, for 'Van Gogh, at the gates of eternity'
Dafoe (Wisconsin, 1955) is characterized as the painter Vincent Van Gogh in an avant-garde France in which he interacts with other artists such as Paul Gauguin.
Bradley Cooper, for 'A Star is Born'
Bradley Cooper (Pennsylvania, 1975) stars in the fourth version of this film along with singer Lady Gaga, a young artist who is about to give up her dream of being someone in show business until she meets Jackson Maine.