Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro González Iñárritu and Alfonso Cuarón loved it Everything Everywhere All at Once and believe that the film will mark a turning point in cinema.
Real Mexican Gorgeous Threesome, Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro González Iñárritu and Alfonso Cuarón continue to amaze the public and do not hesitate to take risks in order to push the limits of the seventh art a little further. Thus, Guillermo del Toro recently impressed with his bewitching Pinocchio just like Alejandro González Iñárritu with the melancholy Bard.
And the three directors also know how to appreciate the little gems that are out of the ordinary, like the good moviegoers that they are. As proof, the three proclaimed their love for the incredible Everything Everywhere All at Once with Michelle Yeoh. They even sincerely think that the atypical feature film by Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan could be a turning point for the industry.
“You will see, the current generation will remember us”
Thus, they each expressed themselves on the subject during an exclusive interview granted to Deadlinestarting with Guillermo del Toro:
“When I see that a film like Everything Everywhere All at Once impacts my children’s generation so much, and that they cherish it the same way I cherished The Graduate when I was their age, I love it. I love that people can be passionate about a movie that speaks to them personally, even if the older generation doesn’t understand it. This film became a point of reference for a generation which will be able to say forever, it was the emblem of my time. »
Alfonso Cuarón added that the feature film “injects a breath of fresh air like Trainspotting or Quentin Tarantino in his debut » while Alejandro González Iñárritu spoke of “miracle“.
“I am moved by the compliments from such great filmmakers”
These remarks underline the already cult aspect (in the first sense of the term) of‘Everything Everywhere All at Once which presented something unique to the current generation. The directors then hinted that the film had revolutionized the industry somewhere (and we would be inclined to agree).
Be that as it may, without a doubt, we imagine that Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan will be delighted with the praise addressed by their illustrious colleagues. Perhaps, just like them, they will also triumph at the future Oscar ceremony, of which they are the favorites with Steven Spielberg (among others). As for the three Mexican friends, we are eagerly awaiting their next projects.