Legendary director Quentin Tarantino broke into a smattering of Hebrew on Sunday night as he thanked his Israeli wife during his acceptance speech at the Golden Globe awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
"Toda, geveret! [thank you, madam!]" Tarantino said to the camera as he addressed his pregnant wife Daniella Pik, who is in Tel Aviv awaiting the birth of their first child.
Pik took to Instagram on Sunday night to praise her husband for his win and his stab at her native language.
Tarantino, who married the Israeli singer and model in November 2018, is frequently spotted out and about in Israel.
This year, he even attended the annual Hanukkah kids' show Festigal in Tel Aviv, which featured his father-in-law, Israeli musician Tsvika Pik.
During his acceptance speech, Tarantino dedicated his win to Robert Bolt, "the dean of screenwriters," while also congratulating himself for solely writing the script of Once Upon a Time. "I did it," he told the audience.
Tarantino also thanked the film's "fantastic" cast, noting they took the script "from the page and had to add a slightly different layer from the page."
A few shout-outs went to Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Julia Butters, as well as to Margot Robbie, who the director noted brought "more goodness than a movie I had ever been involved in."
Pitt's award was his first acting Globe since winning in 1996 for "12 Monkeys," padding his front-runner status for the Oscars.
"I wanted to bring my mom, but I couldn't because any woman I stand next to they say I am dating so it'd just be awkward," Pitt said.