Hollywood according to Quentin Tarantino

Beverly Hills.- Yesterday morning, just a few kilometers from where the actress Sharon Tate was murdered in 1969, there was a press conference of Once upon a time … in Hollywood, with the presence of director Quentin Tarantino and his cast Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, partisans of a film that deals with the crime perpetuated by the so-called Manson Family.

It is a look at the city of Los Angeles from the perspective of Tarantino, who is an expert in pop culture, as well as akin to using violence as a means of expression.

“I had always wanted to work with Tarantino, I was intrigued by the idea of ​​visiting one of his filming forums.” There was a moment when my agent was negotiating that we would finish my scenes sooner to go to do other projects, which caused me to panic and He asked Quentin immediately to ask him what he wanted to do, and I can tell you that even though I had finished my participation, I went to the film to continue learning, “shared Robbie, who plays Tate.

While DiCaprio and Pitt had already participated with Tarantino and were called to form the duo of Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, an actor come to less than the 50s and his double action that accompanies him as an assistant and even driver.

“I had a lot of desire to make a movie that would reflect Los Angeles, my youth,” said Tarantino, 56.

“But the central idea of ​​the story came to me when I was filming a while ago and a veteran actor approached me suggesting that if he was not interested in hiring his friend and double action to do some scenes, to which I agreed. two interacting, I realized that they had a friendship of years and that they were practically mirror of each other “.

DiCaprio, on the other hand, said: “I loved Tarantino’s idea of ​​inserting Rick into a historical setting, he is a neighbor of Roman Polanski (director of Rosemary’s Baby) and Sharon Tate, transmitting his anxiety not to be part of it. that Hollywood of category to which it has never belonged “.

Willing to carry the weight of the unrecognized artist’s story, for his stunt work, Pitt expressed that his presence in Tarantino’s film obeys to the fact that he brought the spirit of independent cinema in the 90s and that his dialogues are always the better to read.

“There’s a kind of musicality in every parliament that Tarantino writes, that if you start moving words you take away their rhythm,” Pitt said.