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Quentin Tarantino has announced ten films will comprise his work. Since he counts » Kill Bill Vol.1 » and » Vol.2 » as one work, we still have a stroke of genius ahead of us. In my opinion, the cult director could have ended his career perfectly with “ Once Upon a Time in Hollywood ”.
If you haven’t seen the masterpiece yet, you should definitely turn on the TV on Monday evening: On May 30th at 10:15 p.m., «Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood» will celebrate its free TV premiere on ZDF — without any commercial breaks! By the way, in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday there will be another repetition at 1 a.m. If you miss the film on TV, you can simply get the Blu-ray or DVD. Definitely worth it…
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It doesn’t take long to get the sense that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is — in the best sense — a late work. It’s no longer just about the iconic, but about the longing. Tarantino no longer just looks at the roots of his passion, but pays tribute to old Hollywood in its entirety.
That’s what «Once Upon A Time in Hollywood» is about
The year is 1969: The heyday of westerns is a thing of the past in Hollywood, which caused the career of series hero Rick Dalton ( Leonardo DiCaprio ) to stumble. Together with his stunt double, chauffeur and best friend Cliff Booth ( Brad Pitt ), Dalton tries in a rather dubious way to survive in the dream factory and to achieve new fame as a versatile film star.
Instead of concentrating on spaghetti westerns, he gets burned up in villain roles and has to watch as the Hollywood dream couple move in next door: Roman Polanski ( Rafal Zawierucha ) and Sharon Tate ( Margot Robbie ). At the same time, in the shadow of the Hollywood Hills, the community of the Manson family has taken up residence and plots sinister plans that will end the 1960s with a bloody bang…
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