Oscars 2016: Leonardo DiCaprio Reflects on His Best Actor Oscar Win

Leonardo DiCaprio and Alejandro González Iñárritu reflect on their Oscar wins for “The Revenant.”
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Congratulations. You very happy to. I think it was. Decades haven't heard went back to I know we're going it can't it has. I happen to have they are what happened twice or 66 here today. At the hands of more than magnitudes be right field and those are the guys you hear us yet maximum considered a bucket of blood so absorbed him. Let us. When you feel ensemble would you look at the cash wouldn't it before and the camera and behind. Leo didn't work done on many fine films over the years what about this little waves it's the. It was that the process of making the movie was so unique. When we need literate and rehearsed. For two weeks just the opening sequence of this movie and who is so unique in its approach for more than that. No as an actor your dream is to be able to collaborate. With with the direct you work with and actually. On site. Transform. The film and this something even more profound was being left conversations offscreen about what this movie man and then. And seeing up there with my own eyes. Both in your speeches. We're just outstanding cute climate change and to see the passion and this is not think this is governor and bandwagon you have been very consistent. Talking with Vice President Biden and others what is a lot what is the message that you wanted to get out tonight. We'll look imminent and simultaneously. Arms in this movie that didn't film and I've been doing a documentary for two years about climate change. I recently got to interview President Obama he got him you fifty different scientists around the world we got to go to China and in India. And Greenland to see. What's really happening right now as a result of climactic changes and that's a crazy science fiction movie yet we are doing it to ourselves. And as I said in the speech you know. It is in the most urgent crisis that we've ever faced as a civilization. And the more people to talk about this and that get involved and as I said. Vote for leaders who really want to make a difference. You know we can actually tackle this problem we have the capacity go a 100% renewable using existing technologies. We just have to have the political will. And we have to find and you're right we must we must are very are our existence and existent state. You're such an element you are such a gentleman. What you haven't had to thwart Allen what bird may have last year. Your path people that are you know what it's human element of it seems that tonight about. Have stories should have an opportunity to share stories that are I bring this. Because only one of the these subjects of these couples are less about. Beers together and I think the film would think that very well when you ask you you know he's suffering the most. Very ignorant prejudices and I mean and I mean that we have a great opportunity for that. I think as I don't think the people that arsenic all the reasons are that he argues the UC more. The mean I think they won't leave lenders when others. Understanding and loving and rule with the US and it's impossible so from on the stand he can't compassion but it won't spend time news and the others there's and we. Have an impact or so I think there is no now while the rate cap wants to talk about everything is about. You know black or white which tonight but that was when that was an important issue that acting is where is going to be the primary he. I'm cedars knowledge that it's much more complex area and everybody just shouting incendiary speech. And he's just so incredible that after so recent regulars were talking about this in order that's something that means different eats its its. He's technically it's something that we should get way she didn't. If you usually come on really of my tax relief package and a couple of ways air annually if its. But that would work. The standing ovation. It doesn't happen all the time we you know what does that mean here you're here. I was and this service. Well I think that the you can I felt involving the room and saying it was very moving to it was very excited I was very moved to buy it seemed that was very yeah and we have. Let's apart and you see much more relaxed about it at a carpet service that the word yeah. Yeah passed around. You know you're all manner typical. Lately he's but I think you joy in Google's. Gears and green thank you.

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