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Whenever your passion for cinema gets low, watch a Tarantino's movie and you're back on track.
(Once Upon A Time In Hollywood - The organized mess)
This is the Tarantioniest movie I've seen since Kill Bill, although Django Unchained and Inglorious B*stards are considered two of the greats or
modern classics as I'd like to call, they're not Tarantinoed as this one.
Tarantino is a genius, and most of the cinephiles can't argue with that. Putting that in mind while watching OUATIH drives you to always find a single tiny
specific detail that is hidden here or there that supports maybe the movie cause, the cinematic era or even Tarantino's world and it's always perfectly
organized with the others flow despite scattering them all around the scenes.
(The symbolism - '60s '70s) Rick Dalton is an actor at the edge of his career. He is becoming neglected in Hollywood and his tomato is now rotten. Rick represents an entire era of TV actors during the '50s and the '60s, they had the talent they could do it but how they handled it made them decay year after year. You'll notice the conversation between Rick and the young girl in the location how he sees it and how she sees it, a huge difference in point of views. Sharon Tate represents the new era of acting, how it's gonna be in the '70s. You can see that both of them are neighbors but they haven't even say hello to each other once, this is the barrier, the barrier between the '60s and '70s in the Hollywood cinema, very small, massive difference. The incident that is supposedly was the full stop to the '60s was Sharon Tate death by the Manson family. But, what if there was a little modification in history, what if the Manson family were killed before their act by this expired actor, what if the '60s actor then met with the '70s future providing unseen combination, maybe the history of cinema would differ, it could've been better, could've been worse. Fairy tale, isn't it? but don't worry, it won't happen, it is just Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.