LOS ANGELES – Spike Lee, the famous director whose "BlacKkKlansman" was the best Oscar picture award on Sunday night, tried to get out of Dolby Theater after it was announced that the "Green Book" won
Lee, who is a basketball fan in New York Knicks, compares the victory of the Green Book with a judge who makes a "wrong call."
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In a stunning move shortly after "Green Book" According to the Reporter, the director went to the back of the audience. Eventually, he returned to his place and found himself in an intense conversation with writer Jordan Piel. Lee turned his back on the stage during the speech.
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Piel, sitting behind Lee, also refused to applaud the winner as well as others in the hall.
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Lee said he had six glasses of champagne and tried to illuminate his reaction.
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The Green Book stars Mahershala Ali as an African-American pianist concert in the 1960s and Viggo Mortensen as his driver. She won three Oscars on Sunday, including the best actor for Ali and the best original script.
Welcoming as a tribute to racial tolerance on the part of creators and stars, the "Green Book" was also widely criticized by many as an outdated, sentimentalised film. full of racial stereotypes.
Lee won earlier for the best-adapted scenario for his white drama "BlacKkKlansman". The crowd rose in awe, Lee plunged into the hands of leading Samuel L. Jackson, and even the backstage press center burst into applause. , Virginia, called for mobilization for the upcoming elections.
"Let's be on the right side of history. Make a moral choice between love and hatred," said Lee, who received an Academy Award in 2015. You know I have to find him there. " Fox News" Julius Young and Associated Press contributed.