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Watch: Patricia Arquette Talks Domestic Abuse and Lack of Oscar Nominee Diversity in New Interview

Watch: Patricia Arquette Talks Domestic Abuse and Lack of Oscar Nominee Diversity in New Interview

With awards season heating up in its final week before the Oscars, Patricia Arquette has given an insightful new interview on “Larry King Now”. 
“None of us expected this from this little movie that we made,” Arquette says, in reference to “Boyhood’s” widespread critical acclaim and its path to this year’s Academy Awards.

Check out the video below to discover the Best Supporting Actress nominee’s take on: Her own experiences with domestic abuse and the power of the “Boyhood’s” impact on former victims; the way Hollywood undervalues older actresses and the challenges of finding complex roles; possible reasons for this year’s lack of minorities among the Oscar nominees; and the huge role she was forced to turn down.

READ MORE: Patricia Arquette on Why She Needed to Make ‘Boyhood’ and Why It Was So Weird to Watch It

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