LOS ANGELES – Spike Lee, a famous director whose "BlacKkKlansman" was awarded the Oscars Best Picture on Sunday night, tried to quit Dolby Theater after it was announced that the Green Book had won  He went to the back of the audience for the audience and, according to the reporter for the term, fell into an intensive conversation with writer Jordan Pil. The report said that during his speech he turned his back to the scene.
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Pill, who was sitting behind Lee, also refused to applaud the winner, just like the others in the room.
His Oscar was in his hand, he walked one to the exit from the theater, while the producers of the Green Book took their reward.
"I got caught up," said Lee, when behind the scenes. passing someone, I lose. But they changed the seat position. But, in 1
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Lee said he had six glasses of champagne and tried to make light of his reaction.
"Wait for what reaction you saw? What did I do? No, I thought it was Sad Garden, and the referee badly called. Courtside, the most famous arena in the world, Madison Square Garden
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The "Green Book" star of Mahershala Ali as an African-American pianist of the 1960s concert and Viggo Mortensen as his driver. The best actor for Ali and the best original script.
The "Green Book" was also widely criticized by many as an outdated, sentimental film full of racial stereotypes.
Lee won the best adapted script for his white drama prize "BlacKkKlansman". The crowd rose in ovation, Lee rushed into the arms of leading Samuel L. Jackson, and even behind the scenes the press center exploded with applause. The film, which included the videos of President Donald Trump after violent white performances in Charlottesville, Virginia, called for mobilization for future elections.
"Let's be on the right side of history. Make a moral choice between love and hatred," said Lee, who was awarded the Honorable Oscars in 2015.
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