The Normal Heart’ Wins 2014 Emmy Award For Outstanding Movie; Ryan Murphy’s Touching Speech
HBO’s “The Normal Heart” won the 2014 Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Movie Monday night. The TV motion picture adaptation of Larry Kramer’s 1985 play took after the ascent of the AIDS pandemic in New York and featured Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts, Matt Bomer and Jim Parsons. Executive Ryan Murphy gave a short, enthusiastic discourse when he acknowledged the Emmy.
“We’re here due to one individual, and that is Larry Kramer,” Murphy said. Kramer composed the first Broadway play and the screenplay for the TV adjustment.
None of the performing artists won honors in their classes, even in Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Movie, Miniseries or Dramatic Special, where four of the five chosen people were from “The Normal Heart.” However, they were still fundamental to getting the film made, as indicated by Murphy. The win was an easing for Murphy, who had been attempting to get the film made for quite some time. “Following 30 years, it took the superpowers of Erin Brockovich and the Incredible Hulk to get this film made,” he said.
Murphy additionally took the chance to stand up to youngsters. He requested that them discover an extend that they are as devoted to as Kramer was to the AIDS scourge. He urged youngsters to discover a reason and be enthusiastic about it and recorded associations like the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
Murphy completed his discourse by devoting his recompense to all the specialists who have experienced HIV/AIDS.