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South Korean film "Parasites" received "Oscar" in the main nomination

Full tape of POLIT.RU 10.02.2020 at 05:52

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9 February at the Dolby theatre in Los Angeles, California, hosted the 92nd ceremony of awarding the prize "Oscar" for his merits in the field of cinema for the year 2019. The award for "Best film" got the picture "Parasites" South Korean Director Pont Joon Ho, the TV channel ABC.

the Film "the Parasites" became the first film not in the English language, received the "Oscar" in the nomination "the Best film". Just picture Pont Joon Ho became the winner in four nominations.

the winners of the "Oscar — 2020" are:

Best film — "the Parasites"

Best actor — Joaquin Phoenix ("Joker")

Best actress — Renee Zellweger ("Judy")

Best supporting actor — Brad pitt (" Hollywood")

Best supporting actress — Laura Dern ("a wedding story")

Best Director: mon Zhong Ho ("Parasites")

Best original screenplay — PON Joon-Ho ("Parasites"),

Best adapted screenplay — secret of Waititi ("Jojo Rabbit")

the Best operator — Roger Dikins ("1917")

the Best soundtrack — "the Joker"

Best song — I'm Gonna Love Me Again (the"Rocketman")

Best foreign film — "Parasites" (South Korea)

Best short film — "the Window opposite"

Best animated film — "toy Story 4"

Best documentary: "American factory"

Best costumes — "Little women"

speaking At the event was Eminem with the track "Lose Yourself" for which he received an Oscar 17 years ago. Billy Eilis and her brother Finnius OConnell sang "Yesterday" in memory of the departed this year the film industry. Russia on stage presented a jazz singer Anna Buturlin — she sang a line from the title song of "frozen 2".

Paintings, launched from Russia, — "Cornstalk" Cantemir Balagova, "He can't live without cosmos" by Konstantin Bronzit, was in the shortlist of contenders for the "Oscar", but not included in the list of nominees for the award.

At the ceremony 2019 the best film was recognized as the tragicomedy of Peter Farrelly, "Green book"