- Oscar winner Sarah Polley shared her daughter’s April Fools’ Day prank on Twitter on Saturday.
- Polly’s 11-year-old poses because the Academy and asks the “Women Talking” screenwriter to return her Oscar.
- The letter learn, “We’ll give this one Best Adapted Screenplay: ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’.”
Oscar-winning screenwriter Sarah Polley obtained a particular April Fools’ Day prank from her 11-year-old daughter to have fun the vacation this 12 months.
On Saturday, the “Women Talking” director shared images of a letter on Twitter — apparently from David Rubin, former president of the academy,
“Dear Sarah Polley, We tell you with our deepest regret: The Oscar you received was given in error – you must return it,” the letter, which was really written by Polley’s daughter, started. On the 2023 Academy Awards ceremony, Polley gained the Oscar for Greatest Tailored Screenplay for her movie “Women Talking”.
[email protected] (she/her) (@realsarahpolley) April 1, 2023
Polly’s daughter continues: “We’re giving you one more week to enjoy its presence in your home, but after that period of time you’ll need to mail it back to LA, where we’ll give it the best adapted screenplay: ‘All Quiet on the Western Front.’ We’re sorry for your loss, but it’s fitting that the original Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar goes to the Oscars.”
The letter mentioned the Academy did not need one other “year of moonshine” — when referring to the Oscars presenter wrong winner announced In 2017 – so that they did not cancel the award throughout the ceremony. Polly’s daughter additionally writes that the April Fools’ Day supply date could mistakenly trigger Polly to take the letter as a joke.
“This is too cruel for a joke, ergo we deeply apologize for any inconvenience we may have caused you,” reads the prank.
Edward Berger, director and screenwriter of “All Quiet on the Western Front” replied to polly’s tweet Instructing her on how to hand over the Oscar.
“Dear Sarah, To save on mailing costs because I live overseas, the Academy has asked me to provide you with my address so that you can send the Oscars directly. I’ll be on the way shortly. All right with you? All the best, Edward.” ,” Berger jokingly tweeted.
Twitter customers had been fast to word that writing skills should run within the Polley household.
“With an 11-year-old this clever, there are more writing awards in your family’s future,” wrote a Twitter user, “He pulled out the thesaurus for it,” another user tweeted.