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1. The Cinema Snob (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Two of a Kind (2014)
While the movie wasn't a hit with either critics or the audience, so far I can think of one person who is clearly a fan of it: DANNY BOYLE!
2. The 81st Annual Academy Awards (2009 TV Special)
This is unbelievable. We can't believe this. Ladies and gentlemen... sorry... I share the stage with two magicians, you know, who created the very ordinary sounds of Bombay, the cacophony of Bombay, into a soul-stirring, artful resonance called "Slumdog Millionaire." I come from a country and a civilization that given the universal word. That word is preceded by silence, followed by more silence. That word is "Om." So I dedicate this award to my country. Thank you, Academy. This is not just a sound award, this is history being handed over to me. My sincere and deepest gratitude to my teachers, Danny Boyle, Christian Colson, Paul Ritchie, Pravesh, Tabu*, and everybody who has contributed to this film, Glenn Freemantle and all the sound mixers. I dedicate this to you guys. Thank you, Academy. Thank you very much.
I just want to thank again the whole crew of "Slumdog Millionaire," especially Danny Boyle for giving such a great opportunity. And the whole, all the people from Mumbai. The essence of the film, which is about optimism and the power of hope in our lives, and all my life I've had a choice of hate and love. I chose love and I'm here. God bless.
Thank you very much indeed. There are certain places in the universe you never imagine standing. For me it's the moon, the South Pole, the Miss World podium, and here. It's a tremendous honor, so thank you to the Academy. I certainly wouldn't be standing here tonight without Vikas Swarup, who wrote the book without which none of "Slumdog" would ever have happened. So thank you, Vikas. Tessa Ross from Film4, who shoved the manuscript into my hand and said, "This is yours, you must go to India." Thank you. My parents who've always supported me throughout everything. My wife Jane, for whom repressed English writers have to write love stories, 'cause they can't really say what they mean. Susan Landau and Charlotte Knight, both my manager and my agent. And of course the wonderful Dev, the wonderful Latika, and the cast and crew of the film who have taught me so much about India and so much about writing, and they've all sort of changed my life. And finally, thank you so much to Danny and Christian, the other two musketeers. Thank you very much.
I found that very inspiring, Natalie and Ben. If I could use as few words on a set on a film like "Slumdog" and get away with it, I wish I could. I wish I could. It's fantastic. I could thank thousands of people. I can't do it. I have to, of course, thank the Academy. I'm very honored with this beautiful thing. Everybody who has worked with me on this film - all over this room, especially over in this little corner here, in the blue corner. And all the people that worked on all the films I've done for the last twenty years, they're with me tonight. I'll try and thank you every day from now on. That's my new policy. I'll try and thank people more on set. I want to thank, of course, the Academy for opening this door. And there's something that goes hand in hand with that, that's my wife. Because she keeps the door open when I come back. She doesn't slam it. And I want to thank her, 'cause she's amazing. Sanne, you're a lovely lady. She's a mother of two boys, August and Clements*, who are probably watching tonight. Now, get to bed! You're not meant to be up on the other side of the ocean. I want to thank my ma and pa, of course, my brother John and my sister Annie. Danny, it starts with you, but there are thousands of people with you and under you. They're all with me tonight. I wanna just thank you so much. Goodbye.
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