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byCláudio Alves

To love the Oscars is to live in perpetual disappointment.The Academy can celebrate cinematic excellence and their choices may even serve as a gateway to a cinephile's love for the seventh art.However, more often than not, great artistry is left unrewarded while more conventional fare coasts by and triumphs.When it comes to actors, it isn't rare to find stupendous professionals whose labor was and will never be recognized by AMPAS.Perchance their filmography is too foreign, their style too outré or their directors too artsy.Whatever the reason may be, an Oscar obsessive quickly learns that a lot of their favorites will never get close to winning that little golden man.

Sometimes, though, there can be wonderful surprises.One such event took place in 2007.Quite frankly, all these years later, I still can't believethishappened…


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