Hollywood’s golden ageOnce Upon a Time in Hollywood

Tarantino’s new movie is a homage
to classic cinema and 1969’s Hollywood.

  After a career of celebrating, dismantling, and reviving every corner of cinema history he can find, master filmmaker and provocateur Quentin Tarantino finally turns his attention to the movie business itself.

It’s 1969, and TV Western star Rick Dalton, Leonardo DiCaprio, wants to make the jump to the silver screen. Together with his stunt double, the “deadliest man alive” Clint Booth, Brad Pitt, they try and make it big in Hollywood. But the industry is changing, and as Rick and Cliff try to change with the times, Charles Manson makes plans to leave his own mark on Hollywood, starting with Rick’s next-door neighbor, Sharon Tate.

With a characteristically incredible cast, including Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning, Luke Perry – in his final role, Lena Dunham, Michael Madsen, Tim Roth, and Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood  promises to be everything we’ve come to expect from Tarantino: dynamic, unforgettable, indescribable.