Another edition of the gala of the Oscars awards and they turned into a night in which we saw laughter, tears and a lot of sense of humor.
In this 93rd edition of the awards most important in the history of cinema, the most striking thing about the event was the thanks of the winners to the statuettes.
One of the exciting moments was lived by the director of ‘Nomadland’, Chloé Zhao, the big winner of the night, who did not hesitate to remember how her father taught her Chinese poetry when she was little and that it has served as an inspiration and guide in her life. “There is one that I remember fondly, called ‘The Three Classic Characters.’ The first sentence says, ‘People at birth are inherently good,’ and those words had a great impact on me as a child. them, “he said.” Even though the reverse may sometimes seem to be true, I have always found goodness in the people I have met in the world. This is for those who have had the faith and courage to hold on to the goodness they carry within and the goodness of others, no matter how difficult it is. ”
She was not the only one to use emotion when collecting her prize. The filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg, who picked up the Oscar for best international film for ‘Another Round’, starred in the most special moment when remembering his daughter, who died at the age of 19 in a car accident with four days to go before shooting on the film began. In fact, his companions appear in the film and part of the plot was filmed at his institute. “We wanted to make a film that celebrates life. Ida, what just happened is a miracle and you are part of it. You may have been pulling the strings from somewhere, I don’t know. But this is for you,” he said between tears.
On the other hand, Yuh-jung, the 73-year-old actress who rose as Best Supporting Actress by ‘Minari’, He broke the solemnity of the moment when it came to collecting his award and playing a joke on Brad Pitt, host of the gala. “Oh, Mr. Brad Pitt, I finally know you. Where were you when we were shooting?”, He said to the actor, who was precisely one of the film’s producers. He also had a few words for Glenn Close, one of his classmates and who this time has lost eight times at the Oscars: “I’ve been luckier than you!”.
And it was precisely Glen Close the one who put the funniest note of the night by scoring an improvised perreo with ‘Da butt’ by Spike Lee, showing off his good lose. Undoubtedly, one of the anecdotes of the Gala, which will not go down in history but has managed to restore ‘normality’ for a few hours in which we have only talked about CINE. With capital letters.
The 93rd edition of the Oscars gala It was held this Sunday with a very unique gala that had as its central point Union Station in Los Angeles (USA) and that was completely adapted to the measures against the coronavirus.