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This is a speech directed to the audience of the 2003 Academy Awards arguing that feature films are made for money, rather than entertainment.
"Ladies and gentlemen, I come before you all tonight at the 2003 Los Angeles Academy Awards to tell you this: You're all a bunch of fakes. I think it's safe to say that there is not a sincere person among you- you're all living a lie. None of you are real people, you're all personas given birth to by agents and nurtured by the media. I doubt that in the sea of award winners and nominees that are assembled in front of me, that there is a single person out there who knows him or herself better than a four page glossy article printed in the latest trashy tabloid.
"Now tell me, truthfully, wa…
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