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12 Years A Slave’ makes history with Best Picture Oscar

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British executive Steve Mcqueen’s undeterred depiction of precivil War American subjection won two different Oscars, including best supporting on-screen character for newcomer Lupita Nyong’o and best adjusted screenplay dependent upon the diary of Solomon Northup, a free man deceived and sold into subjugation in Louisiana.

“Everybody merits to make due as well as to live. This is the most essential legacy of Solomon Northup,” said Mcqueen in his acknowledgement discourse.

’12 Years a Slave’, won over space thriller “Gravity” from Mexican movie producer Alfonso Cuaron, which by the by built up the most Oscars of the night with seven, including the best executive honor for Cuaron, a first for a Latin American chief.
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