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  • Quentin Tarantino’s least violent venture serves as a passionate love letter to the the unsuspecting, carefree energy of the swinging sixties’ cinema and Hollywood culture, that ironically ends on a somber note as it contemplates on the innocence of that era being snuffed out as America transitions to a period of cultural cynicism.

    Once Upon A Time in...Hollywood contrasts this reality with a more fairytale-like narrative, that’s still infused with Tarantino’s well-known trademarks, signifying the role of cinema as the most influential form of escapism and making this the director’s most personal tribute to film yet.
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    Once Upon a Hollywood - A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fa...

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