Parse::CSV says, "The actual parsing is done using Text::CSV_XS." It just wraps Text::CSV_XS.
Text::xSV says, "When I say single character separator, I mean it." One glance at the source code and it's obvious the author doesn't mean single character; he means single byte. There's nothing at all in the module about any character encoding—least of all about one of the Unicode character encoding schemes (UTF-8, UTF-16, etc.). What's more, the string delimiter character, quote ("), is hardwired into the module. It's not user-configurable.
I've done my research. I know the landscape. There isn't a module on CPAN that will parse the example Unicode CSV records in my post—nothing even close. If there was one, I'd be using it, and I wouldn't have written what I wrote.
If you prove me wrong by demonstrating how to parse the Academy Award Best Picture winners Unicode CSV records using an existing CPAN module, I'll thank you profusely for finally solving my problem, I'll publicly apologize to you for suggesting you were wrong, and I'll 🙊.
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