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Sam Mendes of 1917 does not mask his shock while Bong Joon Ho wins the best director Oscar for Parasite

Sam Mendes could not mask his shock because he missed the best director Oscar.

On Sunday evening at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, the prestigious prize went to Bong Joon-ho for his leadership of Parasite, visibly surmising promising favorite Sam, who directed in 1917.

While the 1917 war epic still managed to win three prizes at night, Sam raised his eyebrows and made little effort to mask his feelings when Bong was announced as the best director’s winner.

Surprised! Sam Mendes could not hide his shock because he missed the best director Oscar on Sunday evening

As usual, cameras were trained on all nominees; Sam Mendes, Bong Joon Ho, Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese and Todd Phillips, before the winner is revealed.

And while his classmates retained their expressions or smiled happily, Sam’s reaction was much more animated.

It was generally thought that the British filmmaker would win his second director Oscar for the epic from the First World War, filmed to appear as one long take.

It would have been exactly 20 years after his victory for American Beauty, but he was posted to the Academy Award by director Bong, despite success with both the Baftas and the Golden Globes.

Not really! Bong seemed astonished to win the director’s prize and said, “After winning the best international position, I thought I was ready for the day and ready to relax.”

Who will it be? As usual, cameras were trained on the nominees; Sam Mendes, Bong Joon Ho, Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese and Todd Phillips, before the winner is revealed

Shock! Sam raised his eyebrows and made little effort to mask his feelings when Bong was announced as the Best Director winner

Bong is known for intertwining social themes in stories that play both comedies and thrillers. Bong has described the main themes of Parasite as “courtesy to people, human dignity.”

The filmmaker seemed astonished to win the director’s prize and said, “After winning the best international position, I thought I was ready for the day and ready to relax.”

He quoted Martin Scorsese and said: “When I was young and studied film, there was a saying that I cut deep in my heart:” What is most personal is most creative, “and asked the audience to honor the veteran -director.

He added, “I’ll drink until the next morning.”

Different reactions: While his fellow runner-up retained their expressions or smiled happily, Sam’s reaction was much more animated

1917 enjoyed success in the cinematography category, where Roger Deakins won his second Oscar in three years. It was also celebrated because of the mixing of sound and visual effects.

Meanwhile, fans were furiously left behind when Sam Mendes missed the Best Picture chime in 1917 during the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday evening.

Twitter was overwhelmed with indignation when it was revealed that the Parasite film directed by Bong Joon-ho had won the prestigious prize and had written Oscar history as the first non-English film to ever take away the prize.

No gong? Fans continued to rage when Sam Mendes missed the best photo gong during the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday evening in 1917

No gong? Fans continued to rage when Sam Mendes missed the best photo gong during the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday evening in 1917

No gong? Fans continued to rage when Sam Mendes missed the best photo gong during the 92nd Academy Awards on Sunday evening in 1917

While the war-epic 1917 won three prizes at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, the fans of Best Picture had the fans insist that the Academy became “farcical” and branded as “a joke.”

Parasite was shocked because it was the first foreign film ever to win Best Picture, after having earned four gongs throughout the show.

Angry fans went to Twitter to pen: ‘1917 snub total. WTF. #Oscars … Oh wow. 1917 has just had the worst stump in the history of the Oscars … the stump by @TheAcademy to Sam Mendes and his # 1917 masterpiece cannot believe …

Happy Days! Twitter was flooded with indignation when it was revealed that Bong Joon-ho directed film Parasite had won the prestigious prize and made Oscar history as the first non-English film to ever take away the prize

Happy Days! Twitter was flooded with indignation when it was revealed that Bong Joon-ho directed film Parasite had won the prestigious prize and made Oscar history as the first non-English film to ever take away the prize

Happy Days! Twitter was flooded with indignation when it was revealed that Bong Joon-ho directed film Parasite had won the prestigious prize and made Oscar history as the first non-English film to ever take away the prize

“What was bad about #Oscars; 1. No host made it boring. 2. Joaquin Phoenix’s speech. Don’t start me. 3. Captain Marvel and wonder woman looked ugly. 4. Sir Elton John’s shoes. Bah. 5. # 1917 blunt …

‘SHOUT that 1917 didn’t win the best photo / director, I have to see Parasite as soon as possible #Oscars … Anyone else who actually hopes that 1917 would win the best photo? Because I feel like I missed something here #Oscars …

“I was curious to see why Parasite received an Oscar for Best Photo in 1917, went to watch the trailer and I’m still curious, couldn’t take anything away from that trailer …

“I wish 1917 was released in 2018! It also earned the best Oscar photo … The Oscars are joking! 1917 not the best photo? Total farce. ”

Not very satisfied: although the 1917 war epic still managed to win three prizes at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, the fans of Best Picture announced that the Academy has become “farcical” and branded as “a joke”

However, they were not only negative views, because some fans were happy with the victory of Parasite, with user medal: ‘Glad the #Oscars did not fit the boring, safe choice of 1917 for Best Picture.

“Maybe Parasite has won now, but my local Cineworld will really show it …

‘most winners were no surprise but good at Parasite for winning the best photo, along with a few other prizes! of course the 1917 masterpiece also got something, and the amazing Jojo Rabbit got the best adapted scenario as it should be #oscars’.

Hoera! Clearly there was no hostility when Sam praised Bong for his victory

Hoera! Clearly there was no hostility when Sam praised Bong for his victory

Hoera! Clearly there was no hostility when Sam praised Bong for his victory

Woo! Parasite is now a class satire by author Bong Joon-ho, who also won the best director, the best original screenplay and the best international feature film, leaving Sir Sam Mendes empty-handed.

Woo! Parasite is now a class satire by author Bong Joon-ho, who also won the best director, the best original screenplay and the best international feature film, leaving Sir Sam Mendes empty-handed.

Woo! Parasite is now a class satire by author Bong Joon-ho, who also won the best director, the best original screenplay and the best international feature film, leaving Sir Sam Mendes empty-handed.

1917 tells the story of two British soldiers in the First World War, Lance Cpl. Schofield and Lance Cpl. Blake, who receives orders that they consider impossible.

They are forced to enter enemy territory to deliver a message that could potentially save 1,600 of their comrades, including Blake’s brother.

Parasite is now a class satire by author Bong Joon-ho, who also won the best director, the best original screenplay and the best international feature film, leaving Sir Sam Mendes empty-handed.

Critical hit: although the film has been a critical hit since it came to the cinema in November, with a whopping 99% Rotten Tomatoes score of 393 reviews

Critical hit: although the film has been a critical hit since it came to the cinema in November, with a whopping 99% Rotten Tomatoes score of 393 reviews

Critical hit: although the film has been a critical hit since it came to the cinema in November, with a whopping 99% Rotten Tomatoes score of 393 reviews

92nd annual Academy Awards: winners

BEST PHOTO

The Irishman

Ford vs Ferrari

Jojo Rabbit

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Little women

Wedding story

1917

Once upon a time … in Hollywood

Parasite – WINNER

Unbelievable: Parasite won four prizes, including the first foreign film ever to win that best photo, while Bong Joon-ho won best director

Unbelievable: Parasite won four prizes, including the first foreign film ever to win that best photo, while Bong Joon-ho won best director

Unbelievable: Parasite won four prizes, including the first foreign film ever to win that best photo, while Bong Joon-ho won best director

BEST ACTRICE

Cynthia Erivo – Harriet

Scarlett Johansson – Wedding story

Saoirse Ronan – Little Women

Charlize Theron – Bombshell

Renée Zellweger – Judy – WINNER

BEST ACTOR

Antonio Banderas – Pain and glory

Leonardo DiCaprio – Once upon a time … in Hollywood

Adam Driver – Wedding story

Joaquin Phoenix – Joker – WINNER

Jonathan Pryce – The Two Popes

BEST FEMALE SUPPLEMENT

Kathy Bates – Richard Jewell

Laura Dern – Wedding story – WINNER

Scarlett Johansson – Jojo Rabbit

Florence Pugh – Little Women

Margot Robbie – Bombshell

Golden: Laura Dern was one of the four thespians who swept the award season when she earned the best supporting actor

Golden: Laura Dern was one of the four thespians who swept the award season when she earned the best supporting actor

Golden: Laura Dern was one of the four thespians who swept the award season when she earned the best supporting actor

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

Tom Hanks – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Anthony Hopkins – The Two Popes

Al Pacino – The Irishman

Joe Pesci – The Irishman

Brad Pitt – Once upon a time … in Hollywood – WINNER

BEST DIRECTOR

Bong Joon Ho – Parasite – WINNER

Sam Mendes – 1917

Todd Phillips – Joker

Martin Scorsese – The Irishman

Quentin Tarantino – Once upon a time in Hollywood

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

Jojo Rabbit

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Little Women – WINNER

Once upon a time … in Hollywood

The Irishman

BEST SOUND MIXING

1917 – WINNER

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Ford against Ferrari

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Once upon a time in Hollywood

EDIT BEST SOUND

Ford V Ferrari – Donald Sylvester

Joker – Alan Robert Murray

1917 – Oliver Tarrney and Rachel Tate – WINNER

One Upon as Time in Hollywood – Wylie Stateman

Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker – Matthew Wood and David Acord

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Joker – Hildur Gudnadóttir – WINNER

Little women

Wedding story

1917

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Writing history: Hildur Gudnadóttir was the first woman to win the Best Original Score for Joker

Writing history: Hildur Gudnadóttir was the first woman to win the Best Original Score for Joker

Writing history: Hildur Gudnadóttir was the first woman to win the Best Original Score for Joker

BEST ORIGINAL SONG

I can’t let you throw it away – Toy Story 4

I’m going to love me again – Rocketman – WINNER

I’m with you – breakthrough

Into the Unknown – Frozen II

Get up – Harriet

BEST ANIMATED FUNCTION

How do you train Dragon: The Hidden World

I lost my body

Klaus

Missing link

Toy Story 4 – WINNER

BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM

Dcera (Daughter)

Hair Love – WINNER

Kitbull

Memorable sister

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM

Brotherhood

Nefta soccer club

The neighbor’s window – WINNER

Saria

A sister

BEST DOCUMENTARY FUNCTION

American factory – WINNER

The cave

The edge of democracy

For Sama

Honeyland

BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT

In the absence

Learn to skateboard in a war zone (if you are a girl) – WINNER

I am overwhelmed by life

St. Louis Superman

Walk Run Cha-Cha

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS

Avengers: Endgame

The Irishman

The lionking

1917 – Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler and Dominic Tuohy – WINNER

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Amazing: Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler and Dominic Tuohy (photo from left to right) see the Oscar accept for the best visual effects for 1917

Amazing: Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler and Dominic Tuohy (photo from left to right) see the Oscar accept for the best visual effects for 1917

Amazing: Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler and Dominic Tuohy (photo from left to right) see the Oscar accept for the best visual effects for 1917

BEST ORIGINAL SCREEN PLAY

1917 – Sam Mendes & Krysty Wilson-Cairns

Knives Out – Rian Johnson

Wedding story – Noah Baumbach

Once upon a time in Hollywood – Quentin Tarantino

Parasite – Bong Joon Ho & Jin Won Han – WINNER

BEST CUSTOMIZED SCREEN PLAY

The Irishman – Steven Zaillian

Jojo Rabbit – Taika Waititi – WINNER

Joker – Todd Phillips & Scott Silver

Little Women – Greta Gerwig

The Two Popes – Anthony McCarten

BEST INTERNATIONAL FUNCTION

Corpus Christi (Poland)

Honeyland (Northern Macedonia)

Les Miserables (France)

Pain and Glory (Spain)

Parasite (South Korea) – WINNER

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

1917

The Irishman

Jojo Rabbit

Once upon a time … in Hollywood – Nancy Haigh and Barbara Ling – WINNER

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Glamorous: Nancy Haigh (left) and Barbara Ling accept the Production Design Award for Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

Glamorous: Nancy Haigh (left) and Barbara Ling accept the Production Design Award for Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

Glamorous: Nancy Haigh (left) and Barbara Ling accept the Production Design Award for Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

BEST MOVIE PROCESSING

Ford v Ferrari – Andrew Buckland & Michael McCusker – WINNER

De Ier – Thelma Cleaner

Jojo Rabbit – Tom Eagles

Joker – Jeff Groth

Parasite – Jinmo Yang

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

1917 – Roger Deakins – WINNER

The Irishman – Rodrigo Prieto

Joker – Lawrence Sher

The lighthouse – Jarin Blaschke

Once upon a time in Hollywood – Robert Richardson

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIR STYLING

Bombshell – Kazu Hiro, Anne Morgan and Vivian Baker – WINNER

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Judy

1917

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Great trio: Anne Morgan, Kazu Hiro and Vivian Baker - pictured from left to right - won for Best Makeup and Hairstyling for Bombshell

Great trio: Anne Morgan, Kazu Hiro and Vivian Baker - pictured from left to right - won for Best Makeup and Hairstyling for Bombshell

Great trio: Anne Morgan, Kazu Hiro and Vivian Baker – pictured from left to right – won for Best Makeup and Hairstyling for Bombshell

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