“The Shape of Water” the best movie at an Oscars

The 90th Academy Awards crowned Guillermo del Toro’s river creature fable “The Shape of Water” best picture at an Oscars that confronted the post-Harvey Weinstein era and sought to pivot to a vision of a more inclusive movie business.

A sense of change was palpable at the ceremony Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, where winners made impassioned arguments for gender equality and diversity.

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Del Toro’s film, which came in with a leading 13 nods, took a leading four awards, including best production design, best score and best director for del Toro.

He became the third Mexican-born filmmaker to win the award, joining his friends and countrymen Alejandro Inarritu and Alfonso Cuaron – who once were dubbed “the Three Amigos.”

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