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Lee Gets 2nd Directing Oscar for 'Life of Pi'

Taiwanese based Ang Lee recieve his second Oscar Award for Best Directing on Sunday for "Life of Pi," the film is adaption of Yann Martel's fantasy adventure novel about an Indian boy who live on a wreck but is isolated in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger."Life of Pi" was choosen for 11 Oscars, considering also Best Picture. Starring freshman Suraj Sharma, the film was exalted by critics for Lee's quality to take the complex book to life. The 58-year-old Lee, who started his profession directing Chinese-language films, won his first Academy Award 2006 for directing"Brokeback Mountain," the tale of a knotty love affair between two men.

The some other nominees Sunday night were Lincoln, Amour, Silver Linings Playbook and Beasts of the Southern Wild. This year's directing class was one of the most arguable, as it left out Ben Affleck for "Argo" and Kathryn Bigelow for "Zero Dark Thirty." The 85th Academy Awards are spreading live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles with host Seth MacFarlane.

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