Why Coda won best film at the Oscars

I’m sure those of you who frequently watch movies have heard of this little nugget called Coda, that was the Oscar for Best Picture, as well as Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Troy Kotsur, first male to do so, and second deaf actor since his on-screen wife, Marlee Matlin, some 35 years prior.

But here’s what you may not know about it, and some of the reasons it won.

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Writer, comedian, improviser, deviser, creative git. And vegan. http://adriangeorgenicolae.weebly.com/

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