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Film

Didn't deserve an Oscar: Coda reviewed

2 April 2022

9:00 AM

2 April 2022

9:00 AM

Coda

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This year the Oscar for best film went to the drama Coda– ‘Child of Deaf Adults’ – but the ceremony will now probably only be remembered for Wsscrfmhw (‘Will Smith Slapping Chris Rock For Mocking His Wife’). And we thought that mix-up over envelopes was exciting! But back to the film, which beat the favourite, The Power of the Dog, although Jane Campion did win best director, making her the third woman ever to do so.

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