Everything Everywhere All at Once: Oscar and the plot of the movie

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Everything Everywhere All at Once: Oscar and the plot of the movie
Everything Everywhere All at Once: Oscar and the plot of the movie

Seven Oscars were given to the film "Everything Everywhere All at Once", directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. There is some belief that the Oscar jury has become more sympathetic towards the younger generations because of its synopsis and that the synopsis has been particularly interesting for the younger generations.

Specifically, the film revolves around Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh), the owner of a laundromat where the tax administration is conducting an audit against the company. It turned out that her life had turned upside down the moment her husband Waymond (Ke Huy Quan) informed her that he wanted a divorce from her.

It isn't the end of the problems, however. The daughter Joy (Stephanie Su) has also expressed her desire to leave her family due to many disagreements between them. In this story, there is an interesting twist. Evelyn is thrown into the multiverse where she is forced to fight Jobu Tupaki, the alpha version of Joy in order to survive.

However, she also has to deal with the problems she faces as a mother. As a result, Evelyn accepts every version of herself that exists in every multiverse and she pulls her daughter out of the shadows she created for Job in the end.


As well as Yeoh, Khan, and Su, some other actors played roles in the film, including Jamie Lee Curtis, James Hong, Tallie Medel, Jenny Slate, Sunita Mani, etc. The critics were in love with the movie "Everything Everywhere All at Once".

"Since no other film in this category has 'earned' an Oscar nomination for directing or acting, 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' has a strong chance of winning because it is nominated in all categories. Of course, unforeseen situations are always possible," stated the New York Times.

Aside from winning the Best Picture Oscar, Michelle Yeoh also won the Best Actress Oscar, Ke Huy Quan in the Best Supporting Actor category, Jamie Lee Curtis in the Best Supporting Actress category, Daniel Kwan in the Best Director category, and Daniel Schenert in the Best Screenplay category.