Jordan Seon’s “The King Of Jordan” won the Oscar for Best Picture on Sunday night.
The movie, which was originally set for release in 2018, became the biggest hit in the Oscar race after Seon starred in the movie.
The film is a true story about a group of young men in Jordan, who come to America after a year abroad, to work for the CIA as spies and recruit spies for the U.S. government.
Seon is the lead character, playing the man behind the camera.
He is a gifted actor, and he is one of the best-known faces in the film, but the film has also received mixed reviews.
A majority of critics were not thrilled with the movie, with Variety saying it was “too dark” and calling it “a mess.”
Other critics, however, praised the film as an interesting look into the lives of a group that is trying to survive and thrive in America.
“The King has a fascinating story,” said Slate.
“His character is an extraordinary young man who does not shy away from confronting his demons and who makes himself vulnerable to the world around him.
But he does so with a remarkable clarity of vision and humor that is always refreshing.
And this film will always be one of my favorite films.”
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Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com”It is rare that I have had a movie that I truly enjoyed, that was actually as good as what was in front of me,” Seon said of “The Man Who Would Be King.”
“And that is the kind of film I’ve always wanted to do,” he continued.
“This film is really what I wanted to make.”
Seon’s Oscar win also marks the first time the Academy Awards has awarded the Best Picture and Director honors to a non-actors-directing film.
The previous Oscar winner, Woody Allen’s “Wall Street,” was nominated in 2013 for Best Director.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has nominated three movies for the Best Foreign Language Film category this year: “Léon: Portrait of a Serial Killer” by French director Jean-Luc Godard, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Finnish director Toru Mikitani, and “The Great Beauty” by Japanese director Masahiro Ozu.