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The film was a review: "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" by Quentin Tarantino

The story of Quentin Tarantino about a western and mixed television actor, and how they clashed with the Manson family in Hollywood in 1969, is a charming poster of a film, but not ultimately a masterpiece.
The film was a review: "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" by Quentin Tarantino
Director: Quentin Tarantino: Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Ruby, Kurt Russell, Dakota Fanning, Damon Herriman, Austin Butler, Emile Hersh, Scott McNair, Luke Perry, Al Pacino, Nicholas Hammond, Spencer Garrett, Mike Moe, Lena Dunham , Damien Lewis, Bruce Dern, Timothy Olivant, Zoe Bell, James Marsden, Michael Madsen, James Rimmer, Brenda Vaccaro. Date of issue: 26 July 2019

Twenty-five years have passed since the screening of Quentin Tarantino's "Fiction" by the film festival, which streamlined the film revolution, never looking back. However, here is another anniversary of QT, which is slightly less important but on its way, very important: it has been 10 years since the premiere of Inglourious Basterds, which also took place in Cannes, and for me, at least, This means 10 years since Quentin Tarantino made a great film for Quentin Tarantino.

You know the difference that I know too because it's a difference you can feel in your heart, belly, nerves, and spirit: the difference between Quentin's glowing film and brightness and a series of hypnotic sequences, which is every inch. He makes a compelling film to see him again and again because he is a wonderful part of the imagination from the first shot to the last - and every moment is characterized by something untenable, Tarantino X Factor Which made "Pulp Fiction" the cornerstone of her time.

"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood", which was first shown at the Cannes Film Festival, is not an X-Factor film, although, for long periods (more than half), it seems to be. It is closer to "Django Unchained" or "The Hured Eight". It is a serendipitous tale, full of colors and surprisingly detailed for a film, the epic Hollywood story of 1969 that allows Tarantino to accumulate. In all his hobbies, from driving to muffins, from girls to men with revolvers to muscle cars and chandeliers, from Western noodles to foot fetish. In this case, you do not have to try hard to find space for these installations, because Tarantino, in this story, which is two hours and 39 minutes of Hollywood trapped between ages, back to the source of his dreams

In the film "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood," Tarantino tells the double story of Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio), who starred in the Black and White TV series "The Ponte Act" in the late 1950s and early 1960s, Skiing now; Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), the double trick and best friend of Rick, who became his driver and driver. Both are good, comfortable men who are drunk and functional (Rick prefers whiskey sour, loves Bloody Marys Cliff) and has been banned in Hollywood, but they have something Yin and Yang happen.

Rick, who seems to be at least partially dependent on Bert Reynolds, is an instinctive, enchanting actor and mystery in a brown leather jacket: the first Tarantino hero proves that real men cry. (When tears come, Rick's bad cause is caused by his career). Cliff, on the other hand, is a veteran and a live shooter in a trailer next to Van Nuys Drive-In, but he seems happy and satisfied, like most Brad Pitt characters, with himself. When he has crossed, he will cast bejesus for all and will have a bad reputation. Rumors are that he killed his wife and fled with her. (The return of sight in a boat with the same wife, which is digging without mercy, does not lead to the spill of beans, but it is not evidenced that the rumors are wrong).

The first half of the "once on a time ...", the upper half was set in February '69, and Tarantino sees these two men with an ironically muscled genetically unsatisfactory manner. DiCaprio and Pitt completed their roles with the conviction of a wonderful film star that we are happy to return and see Tarantino revealing this story in the direction you want. He shuddered, in this way to pursue his happiness in the freedom of association. Duel car, punching and martial arts on the "The Green Hornet" group between Cliff and Bruce Lee (played perfectly by Mike Moh)? why not! The scene with Rick, placing sixth