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Ang Lee wins third best foreign-language Oscar nod

It was an extraordinary morning for Ang Lee, the Taiwanese director overlooked by the Academy for Sense And Sensibility in 1995 and The Ice Storm in 1997. Not only did he win picture and director nominations for his box office sensation Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon but he won his third Best Foreign Language Film nod after The Wedding Banquet in 1993 and Eat Drink Man Woman in 1994.

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