One of the most creative duos who used to specialize in music videos now directs a totally wild ride. A couple runs their own laundry business, but would love to escape the monotony of everyday life. A meeting with an overzealous clerk opens up surprising opportunities.
In the latest cinematic project produced by A24 and created by film directors and writers Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Crazy Rich Asians) is Evelyn Wang, a tired Chinese-American wife, mother, and laundromat owner who gets sucked into a series of multiverse shenanigans. Her story begins with one seemingly simple thing: taxes. Evelyn is rushing to attend a meeting with hard-ass IRS auditor Deirdre Beaubeirdra (Jaime Lee Curtis) before her Chinese New Year party when she is met with the news that the multiverse she never knew existed is being threatened and she is the only one that can save them all.
Everything Everywhere All At Once Proves Multiverse Films Can Still Be Weird As Hell (esquire.com)
SXSW 2022 - Editing Award
Daniels, a creative duo composed of Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, who met while attending Emerson College in Boston. They started their careers by making music videos for, among others, Foster the People, The Shins and Lil Jon. The video for Turn Down for What by Lil Jon and DJ Snake received many awards, including an MTV VMA. Their directorial debut, Swiss Army Man, starring Daniel Radcliff and Paul Dano, won Best Director at the Sundance Film Festival. This year, the duo signed a five-year contract with Universal Pictures.
2016 Człowiek-Scyzoryk / Swiss Army Man
2022 Wszystko wszędzie naraz / Everything Everywhere All at Once