A Fantastic Woman wins Best Foreign Language Film at Oscars

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It’s a great night for A Fantastic Woman!

The Chilean motion picture took house the Oscar for Best Foreign Langue Film at the 90 th Academy Awards Sunday night.

“Thank you so much, this is an amazing gift,” director Sebastián Lelio stated, including, “I want to thank the cast of the film, especially the brilliant actor Francisco Reyes and the inspiration for this movie, Daniela Vega.”

“This film was made by a lot of friends and artists, I share this with all of you tonight,” he stated.

A Fantastic Woman informs the story of Marina (Vega), a transgender lady grieving the loss of her just recently deceased enthusiast Orlando while handling his household’s bias. Given that it premiered, the movie has actually gotten extensive important recognition, specifically for Vega’s effective efficiency in her very first on-screen function.

The motion picture was at first about a cisgender character; nevertheless, Lelio was influenced to alter the story after he started dealing with Vega, who at first signed up with the motion picture as a LGBT consultant.

” The script started soaking up things from Daniela, and I understood she was the one. She was Marina!” he informed EW in January. ““She was mind-blowing in ways that pushed our relationship, and that pushed the boundaries of what the film could be.”

Vega hopes the motion picture will represent the worldwide transgender neighborhood. “The mission of the movie is to make sure our emotions are reconnected, because [we’re often] silenced,” she stated. “Art is key to unlocking those doors of [understanding.]”

A Fantastic Woman vanquished The Insult(Lebanon), Loveless(Russia), On Body and Soul(Hungary), and The Square

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