Imagine that a couple of guys got together to dream up the least likely movie in the 21st century. It would be a silent film, in black and white, made in Hollywood by a French writer-director with two stars few Americans had heard of. Director Michel Hazanavicius may have had this conversation two years ago with his producer Thomas Langmann, thinking of a film about a silent-movie star, George Valentin. On Sunday night, their impossible dream reached fruition when their film The Artist conquered the 84th annual Academy Awards with five Oscars: Best Picture, Director, Actor, Score and Art Direction. “If George Valentin could speak,” a giddy Jean Dujardin, the Best Actor winner, told the swells in the audience, “he’d say …” And here he shouted, “Merci! Formidable! Merci beaucoup! Thank you very much!”

In the most retro Oscar ceremony ever — a smooth show, with 63-year-old host Billy…

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I live in Sapporo, Japan. Mind is attracted to travel and the unknown. Enjoy a variety of places to go to any virtual space, I like to imagine something. This blog is a diary to write the real and virtual space trip.



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