The world premieres of Tarantino's new cinema will be competing in Cannes tomorrow night.
Quentin Tarantino takes a page from the Russo brothers game book by publishing an open letter warning against the tellers of his new film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood". competition at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. The film's debut comes a little over two months before Sony Pictures opens the title in national theaters. Tarantino has published an open letter on the official social media pages of the film asking members of the Cannes public not to spoil the film in advance.
"I like the cinema. You like the cinema. It's the journey of discovering a story for the first time, "wrote Tarantino. "I'm delighted to be here in Cannes to share 'Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood' with the festival audience. The actors and the team have worked so hard to create something original and I'm just asking everyone to avoid revealing anything that would prevent later viewers from seeing the movie. the same way. "
"Hollywood" brings Tarantino back to Cannes for the first time since he launched Inglourious Basterds, who won the Best Actor Award Christoph Waltz. The debut of Tarantino's latest film comes on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Pulp Fiction, which starred in Cannes in 1994 and won the prestigious Palme d'Or of the festival. "Hollywood" was a late addition to this year's festival, as Tarantino did not know if he would finish editing the photo on time.
The latest in Tarantino starts Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as a television actor and his trusted friend and stuntman, respectively. The two men are trying to go to Hollywood movies in 1969, but their efforts mingle somewhat with Sharon Tate's life and the Manson family cult. Margot Robbie plays the role of Tate, while the troupe also includes Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning, Lena Dunham, Bruce Dern, Damian Lewis, Emilie Hirsch, Austin Butler and Damon Herriman as Charles Manson.
Sony Pictures will release "Once upon a time in Hollywood" in the July 26 th cinemas in the country. Read Tarantino's letter before the movie's debut in Cannes.
– Once upon a time in Hollywood (@OnceInHollywood) May 20, 2019