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As the title suggests, it won Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, and Best Editing, dubbed the "Big Four" of the Academy Awards.

The film "Every Thing Every Wear All at Once" (hereinafter referred to as "Aeall") won a total of seven trophies, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Screenplay, and Best Editing, at the 4th Academy Awards held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles at 13 a.m. (KST) on the 9th.

Every Thing All at Once is a film about an Asian-American family that crosses multiple universes. Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinut It was co-directed by the so-called "Daniels" and starred a large cast of Asian actors such as Yang Jia-kyung, Kee Hoi Kwan, and James Hong.

When it was released in the United States in March last year, not many people paid attention to the film. However, the mood changed as the Oscar race began in earnest in the second half of the year. A95, the most prominent distributor at the Academy Awards in the last decade, has overcome all the challenges of latecomers, thanks to aggressive marketing and the publicity of the production team.

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Notably, all three actors who won this year's Academy Award for acting had their own stories.

Vietnamese-American actor Kee Hoi Kwan made his debut at the age of 3 with Steven Spielberg's "Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Devil" (12) and thrust into the spotlight with "The Goonies" (1984). However, he failed to make the leap to adulthood and virtually abandoned his dream of becoming an actor. As a full-time stunt coordinator and continuing his association with the film industry, "Every Thing Every Wear All at Once" was like the last chance of his life.

Kee Hoi Kwan, who won the Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award and Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, said: "I've been in a refugee camp for a very long time. It was a long journey by boat to reach such a big stage. I think stories like this only appear in movies, but this is what happened to me. I think that's the American Dream. Thank you for giving me this once-in-a-lifetime honor." His award speech, in which he confessed the winding life history of "Boat People" and "American Dream," drew enthusiastic applause from the audience.

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Jamie Lee Curtis, known as the godmother of horror movies, also won her first Oscar trophy at the age of 60. "I've been making movies for decades," Curtis said. The award was possible because there were thousands of people who worked together on the film. My mother and father were both Oscar nominees. I got an Oscar." He grinned, holding the Oscar trophy in his hand, which his parents, who are former actors, also did not receive.

The award ceremony ended with Yang Ja-kyung. It was the first Asian to win the Best Actress award, which generated the most buzz even before the awards ceremony. Yang succeeded in finally winning the Academy Award for Best Actress, beating Cate Blanchett in "Tar."

"I hope this will be a spark of hope for the children who are watching the awards ceremony who look like me. I want you to see that when you dream big, your dreams come true. Also, please don't believe the phrase 'past your prime.'"

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"I dedicate this award to my mother. It is also dedicated to all mothers around the world. Because they are heroes. If it weren't for them, no one would be here. My mother is 84 years old this year. You're watching this moment with your family in Malaysia. I'll take the trophy home. I would also like to thank my relatives in Hong Kong. My acting career started in Hong Kong. I appreciate it. The Academy made history."

Winners of the 95th Academy Awards (Film) ▲Best Picture = "Every Thing Every Wear All at Once" ▲Best Actress = Yang Ja-kyung ("Every Thing Every Wear All at Once") ▲Best Actor = Brendan Fraser ("The Whale") ▲Best Supporting Actress = Jamie Lee Curtis ("Every Thing Every Wear All at Once")

▲Best Supporting Actor = Key Hoy Kwan ("Every Thing" Every Thing) ▽ Every Thing All at Once') ▲Best Director = Daniel Kwan, Daniel Shaynert ('Every Thing Every Ware All at Once')

▲Best Editing = 'Every Thing Every Wear All at Once' ▲Best Screenplay = 'Every Thing Every Wear All at Once'
▲Adapted Color = 'Women Talking' ▲Best Cinematography = 'Nothing More Than the Western Front'

▲Best Makeup = 'The Whale'
▲Costume = "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" ▲Music Award = "Nothing More Than the Western Front" ▲Art Award = "Nothing More Than the Western Front" ▲Sound Enhancement = "Top Gun: Maverick"
▲Theme Award = "RRR" ▲Visual Effects Award = "Avatar: Road of Water" ▲International Feature Film Award = "No More Than the Western Front (Germany)
▲Best Short Documentary = "The Baby Elephant and the Old Couple" ▲Best Animation Short = "The Boy and the Mole and the Fox and the Horse" ▲Best Animated Feature = "Pinocchio of Guillermo del Toro" ▲Best Feature Documentary = "Navalny"

▲Best Short Film = "An Irish Goodbye"

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(SBS Entertainment News reporter Kim Ji-hye)