Mark Rylance, who won the best supporting actor Oscar for his role in "Bridge of Spies," praised the power of the cinematic medium in his acceptance speech.
"I’ve always just adored stories, hearing them, seeing them, being in them, so for me to have the chance to work with, I think, one of the greatest storytellers of our time, Steven Spielberg, it’s just been such an honor," said Rylance, who played a soft-spoken Russian spy in the film, which stars Tom Hanks.
Throughout the film, Rylance's character, Rudolf Abel, responds with the phrase "Would it help?" when asked why he doesn't appear worried or stressed. Rylance referenced the saying on the Oscar stage, noting it's often repeated to him by fans of the film.