Annie Proulx, author of the New Yorker short story adapted into the movie Brokeback Mountain, ranted in a British Newspaper about "Crash" winning the oscar instead of the adaptation of her literary baby. With all the wit of a 14-year-old blogging cheerleader, she dubs the rival movie "Trash." She complains that Oscar voters are out of touch "with the shifting larger culture and the yeasty ferment that is America these days . . . ."
"Yeasty ferment." Maybe it's sourdough, not sour grapes.