Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood


Description of the film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

The film Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood is a historical tragicomedy from the cult director Quentin Tarantino (The Hateful Eight, Django Unchained, Inglourious Basterds) according to his own script. The story will unfold around the film industry in the era of the seventies, where the main characters are looking for work, and the public is shocked by the monstrous crimes of the Charles Manson sect. At the Cannes Film Festival in 2019, the film was nominated for the Golden Palm Branch and received a special prize “Palm Dog Award”. Among the producers of the film are also David Hayman (Gravity, Light in the Ocean, Adventures of Paddington) and Shannon McIntosh (Tusk).

The plot of the picture will immerse viewers in the sunset of the so-called “Golden Age” of Hollywood cinema, which came in the seventies. The world of the film industry began to change, new rules of the game and the creation of truly high-profile and hit projects appeared. In the changing world of cinema, Rick Talton, the star of the main roles on television and his stunt stunt double for stunt scenes, is trying to turn around and find a job. Heroes are waiting for a complete immersion in the world of creating new films of that time and going through the entire business connected with Hollywood, where friendship and betrayal are capable of succeeding each other, and against the backdrop of a major tragedy of the murder.

The cast of the film includes such famous stars as Leonardo DiCaprio (Survivor, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Great Gatsby, Titanic), Brad Pitt (To the Stars, Allies, Rage, War of the Worlds Z), Al Pacino (Worse Than A False , Real Guys, The Right to Kill), Kurt Russell (Fast and Furious 8, Deep Sea Horizon), as well as Margot Robbie (Two Queens, Slammed, Tonya against all, Suicide Squad), Timothy Olyphant (Snowden, Live Yourself Next, Perfect Escape), Dakota Fanning (Underworld, Now is the time, Fifth Dimension), Sidney Sweeney (Chamber), Dreama Walker (Expe iment “Obedience”, Gran Torino), Margaret Cuello (Goodfellas).

Cinema Review November 13, 2019

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