7 Oscars for Everything Everywhere All At Once, available in 4K and on OCS

The protean and gloubiboulgesque Everything Everywhere All At Once is therefore the big winner of the Oscars with seven statuettes collected. Still shown in cinemas, it is also available in 4K Ultra HD and on OCS on demand.

Best Film for Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert, Jonathan WangBest Direction for Daniel Kwan, Daniel ScheinertBest Actress in a Leading Role for Michelle YeohBest Supporting Actress for Jamie Lee CurtisBest Supporting Actor for Ke Huy QuanBest Original Screenplay for Daniel Kwan, Daniel ScheinertBest Editing for Paul Rogers

Here is a brilliant and well-deserved award for a UFO located somewhere between The Matrix and the heyday of Jackie Chan. And if you need (still) more, discover our review of the film by the American duo formed by directors Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (Swiss Army Man, 2016), who delivers with Everything Everywhere All At Once a total, maximalist film , piling up genres and influences with a fierce appetite.

The Incredible Destiny of Ke Huy Quan

The film also pays a vibrant homage to the Chinese origins of its co-director Daniel Kwan and to this generation of workers perfectly settled in the USA but often invisible, like the actor Ke Huy Quan (Data in The Goonies and Half-Moon in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom), forced to stop the cinema for decades after a remarkable start to his career, for lack of roles for him and his community, he confides in the bonuses of the 4K edition of the film. In a final attempt, he decides to try his luck again and immediately lands a colorful and very physical supporting role in Everything Everywhere All At Once. A crazy fate on which he returns with great emotion in his speech this night in Hollywood (below).

Click on Everything Everywhere All At Once to access our review and the complete 4K test.