When winning his first Oscar for best actor for his role in Joker, Joaquin Phoenix took advantage of his few minutes on stage to deliver a very committed speech.
“I think the greatest gift [le cinéma] has made me, like many of us in this room, is the opportunity to speak out for those who have no say. ”
By accepting the Oscar for best actor for his role of anti-hero as tortured as cruel in Joker, Joaquin Phoenix had his throat tied, headlines the Los Angeles Times. The daily reports in extenso his speech on the night of Sunday, February 9, at the 92nd edition of the Oscars, in Los Angeles.
The statuette is added – without huge surprise – to other awards for the same role, including a Golden Globe and a Bafta, British equivalent of the Oscars.
On this last evening, a week ago, the actor
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