Quentin Tarantino Sees Once Upon A Time In Hollywood As His Version Of Roma

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” is a unique entry in writer and director Quentin Tarantino’s filmography.

That’s certainly saying something, as every film of his up to this point is exceptionally distinctive in one way or another.

Still, there are certainly violent and structural quirks visible in each film, and it’s arguably “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” that strays furthest from what’s expected of a Tarantino picture.

Frequently feeling like a meandering time capsule of late 1960s Hollywood, Tarantino’s 9th film is unrestrained in its love for the era, propelled by excellent performances, a great soundtrack, and production design that makes the film feel older than it is (in a good way).All of this is done intentionally for the most part, as Quentin Tarantino sees “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” as his most personal project to date.

The famous director has always been extremely vocal

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