Oscar nominated actress Stephanie Hsu feels liberated by her role as Jobu Tupaki : It's Been a Minute Everything Everywhere All at Once is the critical darling of the 2023 awards season. The film is up for 11 Oscars, including a Supporting Actress nomination for breakout star, Stephanie Hsu. Hsu, who played Joy Wang AKA Jobu Tupaki in the film, started her career in experimental theater, which eventually led her to meet the directors of Everything Everywhere All at Once. Stephanie joined host Brittany Luse to chat about her comedic roots, the freedom of nihilism, and how the film has brought intergenerational healing to the stars.

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Oscar nominee Stephanie Hsu is everywhere, all at once

Oscar nominee Stephanie Hsu is everywhere, all at once

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Everything Everywhere All at Once is the critical darling of the 2023 awards season. The film is up for 11 Oscars, including a Supporting Actress nomination for breakout star, Stephanie Hsu. Hsu, who played the dual role of Joy Wang and Jobu Tupaki, started her career in experimental theater, which eventually led her to meet the directors of Everything Everywhere All at Once. Stephanie joined host Brittany Luse to chat about her comedic roots, the freedom of nihilism, and how the film has brought intergenerational healing to the stars.

You can follow us on Twitter at @NPRItsBeenAMin or email us at ibam@npr.org.

This episode of 'It's Been a Minute' was produced by Alexis Williams, Barton Girdwood, Jessica Mendoza and Jamal Michel. It was edited by Jessica Placzek. Engineering support came from Carleigh Strange. Our executive producer is Veralyn Williams. Our VP of programming is Yolanda Sangweni and our senior VP of programming is Anya Grundmann.