The Oscars: ‘Green Book’ Is Best Picture; Rami Malek and Olivia Colman Win

By Brooks Barnes

Feb. 24, 2019


Oscars 2019: When and where to watch the 91st Academy Awards in India/The Indian Express



2019 오스카 시상식...퀸이 열고 라미 말렉 수상까지


2019 아카데미 시상식 장식한 퀸, 

'보헤미안 랩소디' 열풍 반영


라미 말렉 "오 마이 갓"

...'보헤미안 랩소디'로 인생 역전


2019 아카데미 시상식의 주인공은 퀸이었다. 


24일(현지시각) 미국 캘리포니아주 로스앤젤레스 할리우드 돌비극장에서 제91회 아카데미 시상식이 진행됐다. 오프닝 무대는 영국 밴드 퀸이 열었다.




퀸은 국내에서도 990만 명 이상을 동원하며 흥행에 성공한 영화 '보헤미안 랩소디'의 주역들이다. '보헤미안 랩소디'에서 그렸던 퀸의 리드보컬 프레디 머큐리를 대신해 아담 램버트가 퀸과 함께 무대에 올랐다. 


영화 속에서 소개됐던 퀸의 명곡인 '위 윌 락 유(We Will Rock You)', '위 아 더 챔피온(We Are The Champions)'이 연달아 아카데미 시상식장에 울려퍼졌다. '보헤미안 랩소디'에서 프레디 머큐리를 연기했던 할리우드 배우 라미 말렉은 더욱 열렬한 반응을 보여 눈길을 끌었다. 


아카데미 측은 시상식이 시작되기 전부터 퀸의 등장을 공식 트위터에 게재하며 기대감을 고조시켰다. 퀸의 브라이언 메이와 아담 램버트도 "우리가 오스카를 흔들겠다(We will rock The Oscars. Feb 24th. 5pm PST)"면서 자신감 넘치는 모습을 보였다. 


이와 동시에 '보헤미안 랩소디'로 남우주연상 후보에 올랐던 라미 말렉을 응원했다. 


 

'2019 아카데미 시상식' 퀸/사진=REUTERS


브라이언 메이는 라미 말렉에 대해 "굉장하다. 의심할 여지가 없다. 우리는 9년 동안 이 프로젝트와 함께 살아왔다. 지금의 성공을 거둔 것을 믿을 수가 없다"고 전하는 가 하면, 아담 램버트도 "라미 말렉은 놀라운 연기력을 선보였다. 세심한 묘사를 완성해 냈다"고 말했다. 


라미 말렉은 아카데미 시상식의 전초전이라고 불리는 골든글로브를 비롯 배우조합상, 영국아카데미 남우주연상을 휩쓸였다. 여기에 아카데미 시상식에서 오스카까지 차지하면서 찬사가 이어지고 있다.




사진설명: 아래 두번째

2019 아카데미 시상식 라미 말락/사진=REUTERS


라미 말렉은 수상자로 호명되는 순간 "오 마이 갓(Oh, my god)"을 외쳤다. 


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라미 말렉은 "역사적인 순간, 모두에게 감사 인사를 드리고 싶다. 내 손을 잡아주고, 기회를 주셔서 감사하다"고 소감을 전했다. 그러면서 "무엇보다 퀸에게 감사하다. 소중히 여기겠다"고 오프닝 무대에 올랐던 퀸을 언급했다. 


라미 말렉은 또 프레디 머큐리에 대해 "절대 자신을 굽히지 않았던 사람"이라며 "오늘날 저희는 그의 스토리를 축하하고 있다. 이 순간을 여생동안 계속해 떠올릴 것"이라고 감사한 마음을 표현했다. 


'보헤미안 랩소디'에서 연인 호흡을 맞추다가 실제 커플이 된 루시 보인턴에게도 "이 영화의 중심이라는 걸 알아줬으면 좋겠다"고 애정을 표현했다. 

김소연 한경닷컴 기자 sue123@hankyung.com


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• At a ceremony that moved quickly without a host, “Green Book” won best picture, and Spike Lee won his first competitive Oscar for best adapted screenplay.


• Rami Malek won best actor for “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Olivia Colman won best actress for “The Favourite.” Alfonso Cuarón won best director for “Roma,” which also won best foreign film. Here’s the full list of winners.


• Hannah Beachler (production design) and Ruth E. Carter (costume design) became only the second and third black women to ever win non-acting Oscars.


• See photos from the red carpet.


 

Olivia Colman accepting her award for “The Favourite.”Credit Noel West for The New York Times


LOS ANGELES — “Green Book,” about a white chauffeur and his black client in segregation-era America, won best picture and two other trophies at the 91st Academy Awards, overcoming a series of awards-season setbacks and mixed critical notices.


In backing “Green Book,” voters slowed the rise of Netflix, which had aggressively pushed “Roma” in the best-picture race. Netflix made significant inroads, however, with “Roma,” about a domestic worker in 1970s-era Mexico City, winning three Oscars, including best director and cinematographer for Alfonso Cuarón. (Netflix had previously received only one Oscar for a feature-length film.)


In many ways, the ceremony — the first without a host in 30 years — played out like the more populist and less prestigious Golden Globes: veering in multiple directions as voters sprinkled their attention among a dozen pictures, with no film walking away with a commanding sweep.


“Bohemian Rhapsody,” the blockbuster biopic about Queen and its front man, Freddie Mercury, received the most Academy Awards — four — with wins for Rami Malek’s lead acting, editing, sound mixing and sound editing. “Black Panther” went home with three Oscars. The Dick Cheney biopic “Vice” received one, for hair and makeup. “The Favourite,” which had 10 nominations going into the night, tying “Roma” for the most, also left with one Oscar, for Olivia Colman as lead actress.


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Rami Malek won best actor for “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Credit Noel West for The New York Times


Rami Malek won best actor for “Bohemian Rhapsody.”CreditNoel West for The New York Times

A gobsmacked Colman gave a giggling, circuitous acceptance speech that nonetheless managed to address the elephant in the room — that her victory had denied one to Glenn Close (“The Wife”), who had been excpected to break her seven-nomination losing streak.


“This is not how I wanted it to be,” Colman said, as the camera cut to Close in the audience. Close smiled and offered a polite shrug.


Spike Lee accepting the award for best adapted screenplay for “BlacKkKlansman.”CreditNoel West for The New York Times




In a major shift from the #OscarsSoWhite years of 2015 and 2016, this year’s ceremony, which lasted a little over three hours, was notable for the diversity of honorees. Two “Black Panther” crew members, Hannah Beachler (production design) and Ruth E. Carter (costumes), became the first African-Americans to receive Oscars in their respective categories. Alfonso Cuarón received the prize for best cinematography for “Roma,” making him the first director to win for shooting his own film.


Asian-Americans were represented in victories for “Free Solo,” which was named best documentary, and for “Bao,” which won best animated short. The L.G.B.T. community was acknowledged with “Bohemian Rhapsody.


Spike Lee accepting the award for best adapted screenplay for “BlacKkKlansman.”CreditNoel West for The New York Times


“We made a film about a gay man, an immigrant, who lived his life just unapologetically himself,” Malek said. “We’re longing for stories like this.”


And Spike Lee (“BlacKkKlansman”) won a competitive Oscar for the first time in his celebrated career — albeit for writing and not directing. It was the lone award for the film. “Let’s all mobilize,” Lee shouted, referencing the coming presidential election as he accepted the adapted screenplay award. “Make the moral choice between love versus hate. Let’s do the right thing!”


        


“Green Book” also won best original screenplay. It was written by Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie and Peter Farrelly. Vallelonga, who wrote the book on which the film was based, thanked his parents. Farrelly thanked his cast, agents, publicists, production executives, family and the entire state of Rhode Island.


“Shallow,” the duet between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper that serves as the centerpiece of “A Star Is Born,” won best song. The film came up short during much of the awards season, but “Shallow” proved irresistible to voters.


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