Paul Mescal blazer-ed a path at the Film Independent Spirit Awards function.
The Typical Nation entertainer blew some people’s minds in a larger-than-average turquoise coat, low-profile vest, and loose dark pants.
However, the karma of the Irish wasn’t with the 27-year-old, who left Saturday’s elegant slam in St Nick Monica, California, with basically nothing. Unexpectedly, coordinators presented sexually impartial categories, and Mescal was up for best lead execution – separate from the show Aftersun.
He missed out on Michelle Yeoh of Everything Everywhere All At Once. ‘I guarantee no swearing this evening,’ Yeoh, 61, started, downplaying her exclamation-sprinkled discourse at last month’s Screen Actors Guild Awards. Adulating the filmmaking team Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, she said: ‘The Daniels, my young men, thank you for composing such amazing content that offered us the chance to be here. I need to dedicate this to all our moms.
‘Without our moms, not one of us would be here.’
Winning in seven of the eight categories it was up for, the movie likewise won best feature, best chief, best screenplay, best leap forward for Stephanie Hsu, and best-supporting execution for Ke Huy Quan.