Monday, February 23, 2015

Mats Johnson: No Oscarsskrällar at all – Göteborgs-Posten

When Ruben Östlund Tourism was not nominated disappeared Sweden’s chances of winning in a flash at this year’s Oscars, which was broadcast live on SVT Flow (without commercial breaks) night to Monday.

Now there was Oscar for best non-English language film, as expected, to the black and white Polish drama Ida . The ceremony was completed in ninety seconds in a five-hour gala. Subtitled films is no greater thing in Hollywood.

The two big pre-race favorites, by betting companies, which have iron track, was Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and Alejandro Gonzáles Innárritus Birdman .

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It is notable that the films are not even close to blockbuster character, then it is no films reached out to the general public, but reasonably have interest in Birdman increase now that Innárritu trounced the competition, and only missed a heavy Oscar: It was a very happy Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything) and not Michael Keaton who took home the prize in the category of Best Actor.

Wes Anderson’s wayward comedy Grand Budapest Hotel won Oscars in the categories best costume, best makeup and best production design. No, Anderson’s film was not the best, but definitely the best looking. And Julianne Moore was of course a worthy winner / Best Actress for the role of performance in Still Alice .

The gala itself felt like a long night’s journey into day. When everyone was falling asleep appeared Lady Gaga up and pulled a few songs from The Sound of Music . Well, actually. That and when the gala host Neil Patrick Harris of unfathomable reason stood on stage dressed only in underwear was the most unexpected happened at the Oscars 2015th


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