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Everything Everywhere All At Once

Directed by: Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert | 2022 | 2h 19m | Rated R

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O Cinema South Beach

1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach (786) 471-3269

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• General Admission – $10.00
• O Cinema Members – $8.00

MICHELLE YEOH SEASON PASS:
• General Admission – $25.00 + Free Small Popcorn
• O Cinema Members – $23.00 + Free Small Popcorn

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Michelle Yeoh is a critically acclaimed and highly respected actress who has made a significant impact in the film industry, demonstrating her versatility and range as an actress through various roles in action, martial arts, dramas, and comedies. She is particularly known for her performances in films like CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON (screening on 4/12) and the James Bond film TOMORROW NEVER DIES. Yeoh’s dedication and commitment to her craft is evident in her extensive training in martial arts and other physical disciplines, allowing her to perform many of her own stunts and action sequences, adding realism to her performances. She also brings authenticity to her performances through her deep understanding of the cultures and traditions represented in her films. Yeoh’s ability to deliver moving performances in dramatic roles, her work with respected directors, and numerous accolades, including a BAFTA nomination and a Golden Globe Award for her performance in EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE (screening 3/8), have solidified her reputation as a trailblazer for Asian actors and one of the greatest actors of all time.

O Cinema’s monthly series, SEASONED ACTORS, celebrates the work of an actor that has greatly contributed to the cinematic culture of our lifetimes. And to kick off the 2nd year, our first season will be honoring the work of the trailblazing MICHELLE YEOH!

An aging Chinese immigrant is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes, connecting with the lives she could have led. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, collectively known as Daniels, the film is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) who can’t seem to finish her taxes.

Since the acclaimed A24 film EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE was released last spring, it has turned into a full-fledged phenomenon, garnering six Golden Globe nominations and becoming the production company’s first movie to cross the $100 million mark, surpassing HEREDITARY as its highest-grossing project. The success is in no small part due to Yeoh’s lead performance as the Chinese-American immigrant Evelyn, who, in the midst of being audited by the IRS, discovers she must connect with parallel-universe versions of herself to stop a powerful entity from demolishing the multiverse. It’s a role that’s garnered Yeoh both a Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice Award nod for Best Actress with an Oscar nomination all but guaranteed. The other cast members from the film referred to Yeoh as one thing only: The Queen.

“The movie is a metaphysical multiverse galaxy-brain head trip, but deep down — and also right on the surface — it’s a bittersweet domestic drama, a marital comedy, a story of immigrant striving and a hurt-filled ballad of mother-daughter love.”
– NEW YORK TIMES

“Here is an orgiastic work of slaphappy genius that doesn’t operate like a narrative film so much as a particle accelerator — or maybe a cosmic washing machine — that two psychotic 12-year-olds designed in the hopes of reconciling the anxiety of what our lives could be with the beauty of what they are.”
– INDIEWIRE

“Everything Everywhere All at Once is a complex film that encompasses a variety of subjects, but it does justice to each of them with a carefully written script, marvelous performances, and a healthy dose of bizarre humor to counter its bleak story. Michelle Yeoh in particular gives a powerhouse performance in a story that puts a fresh, welcome spin on the idea of the multiverse.”
– IGN