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Oscar’s Live Action Shorts: Will Voters Want to Laugh, Cry or Cover Their Eyes?

31 January 2014 12:26 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The Oscars’ Best Live Action Short category is often dominated by European films, but this year it takes that trend to an extreme: With entries from Spain, France, Denmark, Finland and Great Britain, the field is entirely European, without even the lone American entry that often provides contrast. The two longest entries are deathly serious, though on vastly different topics; one of the others is a tearjerker, the others humor pieces. Judging by the Oscar winners in this category over the last decade, voters have shown that they like dark humor (“Six Shooter,” “The New Tenants,” “Curfew”), ambitious emotional stories (“The. »

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