Cannes fainted from Tarantino's new movie -

Cannes fainted from Tarantino's new movie -

This year's festival saw an unprecedented crowd arrive at the Croisette in Cannes for the premiere of Tarantino's latest film. Hollywood stars have been waiting for fans of Hollywood at the bottom of the 24-step stairway to the festival palace since morning, and the actors thanked for their enthusiasm for long minutes with the lucky ones and handing out autographs while journalists queued for hours .

Although the seven-minute whip following the show is not exceptional at the Cannes gala screenings, it is relatively long, and the enthusiastic celebration of the three-thousandth premiere audience even tears out Brad Pitt's eyes.

Before the screening, Thierry Frémaux, the festival's artistic director, repeated the director's request to the audience not to tell the story to anyone who had not seen the work. Tarantino's request is addressed primarily to journalists accredited to the festival, as the film will only be screened worldwide in August.

"I love cinema. You love cinema too. There's a story to discover. I'm excited to be able to present the Hollywood once to the festival audience in Cannes. The actors and crew have worked hard to create something original and I all I ask is everyone try not to say anything in advance that could prevent future viewers from experiencing the same experience while watching the movie, "Tarantino wrote on Twitter before the film premier.

Once Upon a Time is Hollywood, the 56th director's ninth and most personal film ever. The story takes place in Los Angeles in 1969, the year of the hippie movement that marked the end of the golden age of Hollywood with the brutal murder of Roman Polanski's pregnant wife Sharon Tate and her friends.

The film's protagonists are fictional western actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his friend, also fictional stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), who are moving in the immediate neighborhood of two new Hollywood stars Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie).

An important figure in the film is Los Angeles of the 1960s, where Tarantino became an adult and world-famous filmmaker. In this city, the film follows the filming of depressed and drunken Rick, Sharon Tate walks, and the cold-blooded, calm Cliff, who is also briefly introduced to the infamous Charles Manson hippie sect.

The 2 hours 40 minutes of 35mm film is both melancholic and humorous, and before the premiere of the Tarantino film, the two main characters on the red carpet praised the director.

According to DiCaprio, "Quentin is one of the last to represent the great tradition of cinema," while Brad Pitt said the former was once a "love letter to Hollywood, Los Angeles and cinema."

At the end of the screening, Tarantino remembers the Cannes festival, which started his film career and where he was awarded the Golden Palm for his film The Canvas 25 years ago.

"Cannes changed my life. I came here as a little independent filmmaker with the movie" Doggie Clamp "(1992) and then toured the world," the director said at the premiere.

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