Everything Everywhere all at Once
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Asian Diaspora On Screen

Everything Everywhere All at Once

March 30, 2023

This event occurred as part of the 22/23 Hop Film season. This is an archived view.

In the most celebrated film of 2022, the exasperated owner of a laundromat (Michelle Yeoh) is swept up in a multiversal battle to stop a nihilistic bagel from consuming the universe.

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Everything Everywhere All At Once | Official Trailer HD | A24

 

A floundering business, a meek husband and a sick father aren't the only things ruining Evelyn Wang's (Michelle Yeoh) day. Her twentysomething daughter (Stephanie Hsu) is increasingly distant, and she's being audited by the IRS. This heap of misfortune is all too much to bear until an intermediary from another universe enlists Evelyn in a fight to restore order and sense to the world by aligning her with all possible versions of herself and discovering her innate strength. In a cosmic stew of fractured lives and alternate selves, directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert have stirred up a crowd-pleasing, box-office smash that brings the gargantuan project of the Marvel Universe down to the relatable level of the everyday.

Join us for a pre-show party with free drinks, bagels, hot dogs and a paint-your-own-pet-rock station in the Nearburg Forum in the atrium of the Black Family Visual Arts Center, 6–7 pm.

Winner of 7 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actress.

D: Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert, US, 2022, 2h20m

Programmed as part of the Asian Diaspora on Screen series in collaboration with the Dartmouth Asian American Studies Collective (DAASC). DAASC members Deborah Jung '24 and Jessi Yu '25 will provide opening remarks before the film.

Read the NYT review >

"The movie is a metaphysical multiverse galaxy-brain head trip, but deep down—and also right on the surface—it’s a bittersweet story of immigrant striving and a hurt-filled ballad of mother-daughter love."

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