And the Oscar goes to… The curtain falls over the 87th Annual Academy
On February 22 the Oscar marathon ended, an event that kept most fans glued to the TV all night, waiting for the winners to be announced. This is an increasingly social event that has touched important issues this year, such as feminism, illness, immigration and the situation of the black American people. “I recently read an article that said that winning an Oscar extends your lifespan with five years. Well, if that were true, I would like to thank the Academy because my husband is now younger than me.“ And with these filled with emotion words, the splendid Julianne More, proclaimed best actress for the movie Still Alice, started her acceptance speech. Assuming the role of the affected by Alzheimer’s Linguistics Professor she has finally received her first Oscar win: an announced milestone that could no longer be postponed, crowning a blazing career.