Leonardo DiCaprio Vying for Oscar's Best Actor: New Film "Moonlit Assassin"
According to reports from "Variety," Hollywood superstar Leonardo DiCaprio is set to vie for the Best Actor award at the 96th Oscars in 2024 with his latest masterpiece, "Moonlit Assassin." His co-star in the film, Lily Gleeson, will also be contending for the Best Actress honor.
This movie, directed by renowned filmmaker Martin Scorsese, focuses on a highly-publicized 1920s murder case involving Native Americans. The film boasts a remarkable 97% freshness rating on the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, and it has garnered a solid 91 on Metacritic.
Set in that era, the Osechi tribe reaps vast wealth from the discovery of abundant oil reserves on their land. However, some individuals plot a series of serial murders to thwart this plan, resulting in a tragic four-year period where 60 lives were lost, shocking the entire nation. To uncover the truth, the U.S. government at the time established the "Investigation Bureau" (predecessor of the FBI) to conduct a thorough cross-departmental investigation. This investigation also revealed the extreme corruption within the "Osechi Guardians Program," which was supposed to protect the rights of the Osechi tribe. Despite ample evidence, only a few of the murder cases were eventually prosecuted.
This film, based on a true story, is poised to generate widespread attention at the Oscars. Leonardo DiCaprio's performance is highly anticipated, with hopes of securing the Best Actor accolade once again.
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