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Once Upon a Time ...  Sharon Tate was not defined by his death


The promising actress, who was killed at the age of 26 by Mason family members, was "Valley of the Doll" and "The Wrecking Crew".

Sharon Tate, whom we see in "Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood", is played by Margot Robbie, lives a completely normal life, less for an average movie star who lives with her husband. At less, you can get the highest average. Director of high hills in Los Angeles

It is rare to get a glimpse of the human side of a person, which is almost exclusively remembered because he was dead. But the human side of the actress Quentin Tarantino has tried to show in her latest film: A.O. Scott wrote in his review for The New York Times that this state is "a symbol of generality".

Before Tate was killed at the age of 26, there was a hard time for him to drown in his career. In the absence of a lot of work, the terrible conditions of their death, and the horror among the Hollywood elites that their killers can attack them, Tate's legacy is cut off for decades.

She was pregnant for eight and a half months when followers of the cult leader Charles Manson knife them with her husband Polish film director Roman Polanski in a rented house on a silo drive. Four other guests of the house died that night in 1969: the heiress of coffee Abigail Folger; Stylist j Sebring; Polish writer Vytech Freikowski; And a young visitor, Steven Parent. Polanski was in London at the time.

After seven months of trial, the country was captured. Susan Atkins, one of the family members, was not resolved for months before the murder, while he was kept in jail for a different charge. Manson and Atkins were convicted in the case with Patricia Cranwin and Charles Watson; Another of Manson's followers who were on duty during the murders, Linda Kasabian, became a witness star and got immunity. Manson, who was denied parole by a dozen times, died in 2017.

After the murders, The Times wrote that Tate "was one of the most promising young stars in Hollywood, even though his television and movie performances were not in the lead roles."

Tate was born in 1943 in a family of the army in Dallas, and during his childhood, he was born in San Francisco, Washington State and Washington, D.C., Another movement took the family to Verona, Italy, where Tate went to high school.

Before his days in Hollywood, he won many beauty pageants, The Times reported after his death. In her American high school in Verona, she was crowned as Queen in both the way home and prom.

At the beginning of his acting career in 1963, Tate had small roles in shows like "The Beverly Hillbillies" and "Mr. Ed", but his six years in Hollywood were defined by films.

Tait was best known for playing the role of Jennifer North in "Wally of the Doll" about three young women who sailed in the entertainment world. (When released in 196 it was not particularly kind to the movie reviewer, nor was it for artists, which are generally called "moderate").

Also appeared in "The Fearless Vampire Killer" and "Do not Make Waves" directed by Tate Polski. His role in "The Warcraft Crew" made his way into the film Tarantino, in which a scene was shown in which the actress was watching herself on screen from the movie.

It was after making "Do not Make Waves" that met Tate Polanski, who was prominent with "repulsion" films. Their marriage took place in 1967.

Tate with Polteki was "Madley in Love", she said that her sister Debra Tate had said in an interview with The Times last year. "Roman and Sharon was a true love story."

The Entertainment Industry had a number of friends among the couple, The Times reported in 1969, which included actors, directors, and musicians as well as Executive Victor Laws of Playboy. Peter Sellers, Yule Bryner, and Warren Beatty were quoted as part of their circle.

Polanski is a runaway from the United States since 1978 when he was away from the country while waiting for the punishment for legal infringement. He was expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences last year.

"Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood" is not the only movie about the launch of Tate near the 50th anniversary of his death. Particularly bloody Tartar (and obscurely superhuman?) Starring Hilary Duff, when Tate came for serious criticism early this year, while in the main role with Kate Bosworth, one appears to be a more sensitive biopic, "Tate, "Is also in the process.