Quentin Tarantino is very proud of this little gem that lands on Netflix

It’s one of the most critically acclaimed movies of 2019. As November kicks into high gear, Netflix reveals weekly new releases for subscribers to check out on the platform. Whereas The Wonder with Florence Pughinspired of a disturbing incidentand get-out of Jordan Peele are available since Wednesday, November 16 for fans of movie nights with twists, anguish and horror, fans of the famous Addams Family will be able, on November 23, to revel in Wednesday, the series dedicated to the daughter of Gomez and Morticia. In the meantime, we can only advise them on the essential of the week, which is none other than the series 1899but also a now cult film directed by Quentin Tarantino and released in 2019 which lands this Sunday, November 20: Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.

“It’s my best movie”

Whereas Django Unchained and Boulevard of Death have been available on Netflix for several months, fans of Quentin Tarantino’s cinema will now be able to (re)watch this feature film which looks back on the year 1969, which was a real upheaval in the world of the seventh art, with the advent of New Hollywood, but also, on August 9, the assassination of Sharon Tateeight months pregnant, by the “family” of Charles Manson. I really think that Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood is my best movierecently confided the Oscar-winning director in the columns of varietywhile he was asked, as “For years”which film was his best. “I would say something like, ‘Oh, they’re all my children'”, he joked, displaying however his preference for his last film released in theaters, while he thinks, paradoxically, that the films which were made under the era of modern cinema are “the worst in Hollywood history”.

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A five-star cast

It must be said that, in addition to the captivating synopsis of Once Upon a Time… in Hollywoodthe casting has unleashed passions as it includes very prestigious names from the world of cinema, headed by brad pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio. To embody Sharon Tate, Quentin Tarantino called on Margot Robbie. In the casting we also find Al Pacinoand Margaret Qualley who played there one of his first outstanding roles on the screen. And, of course, the director didn’t fail to surround himself with some of his favorite actors and actresses, like Kurt Russell, Michael MadsenBruce Dern, Zoe Bell, James Remar or even Omar Doom.

Article written in collaboration with 6Medias.

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