As expected, Joaquin Phoenix has won the Oscar for Best Actor for his impressive and praised performance in the movie ‘Joker’. The actor, who had already won each and every one of the awards ceremony awards, has fulfilled all expectations when it comes to uploading and giving his thank you speech.
With the same suit that led to the BAFTA and the Golden Globes, a way of claiming the unnecessary expense of these events, Phoenix has used its minute of glory to give visibility to several of today's most important problems. Keep reading to enjoy your speech! “I feel full of gratitude right now and I don't feel above any of my classmates, we share the same wealth that is the love of cinema. I don't know where I would be without it. One of the main gifts is the possibility of using our voice. I have been thinking a lot about some of the distressing problems that we face collectively, and I think that sometimes we feel, or make us feel, that we defend different causes. But I see something in common. We are talking about gender inequality, racism, LGBT, animals ... we are talking about the fight against injustices ”He has begun by saying, highlighting how they are always his initial shame to speak in public.
“We are talking about the fight against the belief that a nation, a people or a race has the right to exploit, dominate, control and use others with impunity. We have disconnected a lot from the natural world and we are in an egocentric world and exploit our environment for our good. We enter the natural world and plunder its resources. We feel entitled to artificially inseminate a cow and, when she gives birth, steal her baby. Although his cries of anguish are unmistakable. And then we took his milk, which was destined for his calf, and we put it in our coffee and our cereal. ” "And I think we fear the idea of personal change, because we think we have to sacrifice something to give up something, but human beings, at our best, are so inventive, creative and resourceful ... and I think when we use love and compassion as our guiding principles we can create, develop and implement systems of change that are beneficial for all beings and for the environment, ”he continues, earning applause from his partners on more than one occasion. "Now, I've been a scoundrel. I have been selfish. I have been cruel at times, difficult to work and ungrateful, but many of you in this room have given me a second chance and I think it is when we are at our best, when we support each other, not when we cancel each other out of past mistakes ... when we help each other grow, when we educate ourselves, when we are guided towards redemption. That is the best of humanity.
My brother, when he was 17, wrote this letter: 'Run to the rescue and peace will come later. Thank you", he concludes, mentioning with emotion his brother River Phoenix, who died of an overdose at age 23. Excited and with his back to the audience, the actor has left the stage under a wave of applause standing by his ex-officio partners.