All Quiet on the Western Front: The Netflix Movie That Took the Oscars by Storm

Discover the Netflix film that triumphed at the Oscars

All Quiet on the Western Front: The Netflix Movie That Took the Oscars by Storm
Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

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The 2023 Oscars Ceremony is back again. The movie party organized by the Hollywood Academy delights us, year after year, with iconic moments like Will Smith‘s famous slap last year. With his return, they have not left any similar moment, but in return has distributed all kinds of well-deserved awards.


One of the films that has placed the best in these awards is All Quiet on the Western Front. Exclusive to Netflix, the German film has managed to unseat many of its rivals in the categories for which it has been nominated (9 in total). But, above all, it has taken an award that places it as one of the best of the year: Best International Film.

All Quiet on the Western Front' primed for Oscar success – DW – 02/20/2023

Unseating Argentina, 1985

Although Argentina, 1985 started out as one of the favorite films in this category, all the nominations for the film were clear that it was going to be one of the most awarded films of the night. So it has been, and not only in the technical awards as expected, but also as an international film.


The film has already won a number of awards at the BAFTAs, the European Film Awards held in the UK. But the Oscars have been the finishing touch for the VOD platform’s film. Undoubtedly, Netflix has achieved a very interesting night thanks to this film and Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, which won Best Animated Film.

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Juan Carlos Saloz

Juan Carlos Saloz

Cultural journalist specialized in film, series, comics, video games, and everything your parents tried to keep you away from during your childhood. Also an aspiring film director, screenwriter, and professional troublemaker.

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