MADRID, 10 May. (CulturaOcio) –
Hollywoodthe new series of Ryan Murphy, is now available on Netflix. The fiction relive the golden years of the Mecca of Cinema following in the footsteps of some newcomers who seek to become a gap in an industry that was taking off in the forties.
In its seven chapters, the series recreates various milestones or moments summit in the history of cinema. But, as you are well aware many viewers, not everything that appears in the series of Netflix movies to reality.
In Hollywood there are also a lot of the imagination of Ryan Murphy their team of writers who are Ian Brennan, Martin Woodall, Janet Mock, Hernando Bansuelo and Reilly Smith. A “story” that aims to show as it would have been if the prejudices racial, sexist and other types of discrimination they would have been shot down years before
We review some of the key moments in Hollywood to see what is true and what is fiction in the production of Netflix:
THOSE OSCAR 1948
At the end of the series recreates the 20th edition of the academy awardsbut the winners are different in this version. Both in fiction as in real life Celeste Holm won best supporting actress for The invisible barrier, but the nomination of Ethel Barrymore by The process Paradine was omitted in the series.
Also in both versions Edmund Gwenn won best supporting actor for Illusion also lives. Sidney Sheldon won the best original screenplay for The bachelor and the child, while Hollywood ignores the nomination of The shoeshine. Elia Kazan won for best director by The invisible barrier, but the series does not include Edward Dmytryk in the list of candidates.
Loretta Young was chosen best actress for The Farmer’s Daughter. The list of nominees for best film not listen to complete in the mini-series but in real life he won The invisible barrier.
THE FIRST KISS INTERRACIAL ON-SCREEN
Meg, the film about the Hollywood it ends with a kiss interracial on-screen. In real life there was already a scene of this type in the short What Happened in the Tunnel, 1930, and later Stanley Kubrick so again in The kiss of the killer.
THE FIRST ASIAN TO WIN AN OSCAR
In Hollywood, Anna May Wong becomes the first actress of chinese descent to win an Oscar as best supporting actress, a barrier that has yet to be broken in real life. But the japanese actress Miyoshi Umeki won by Sayonara in 1957.
THE FIRST WOMAN WHO HEADED A STUDY
In Hollywood, Patti LuPone, which embodies Avis Amberg, germany, is at the forefront of a major studio film, something that in reality didn’t happen until 1980, when Sherry Lansing she was named president of 20th Century-Fox.
THE FIRST PRODUCER TO WIN FOR BEST FILM
Julia Phillips won by The coup in 1974, 26 years after the victory of Avis Amberg, which embodies Lupone, in Hollywood.
THE FIRST WINNER OF THE OSCAR THAT MENTIONED YOUR SAME-SEX PARTNER
Though Archie Coleman thanks to her boyfriend at the academy awards in Hollywood, this it didn’t happen in real life until 44 years later. The first to do so was Debra Chasnoff, winning the award for best documentary in 1992 in 1992 by Deadly Deception: General Electric.
THE FIRST BLACK WOMAN TO WIN BEST ACTRESS
In Hollywood, Camille Washington, the character played by Laura Harrier, win this award in 1947, but in real life it took many more years to give this milestone. The first Oscar for best actress in a leading role for an interpreter black won Halle Berry by Monster”s Ball in 2002.