A Movie to Watch

A Movie to Watch

One of the great strengths in the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is the various technical and production elements in it. The production team successfully conjured Hollywood to its full potential back to the 1960s. Each frame will look eye catchy with a typical neon billboard view on the main streets of Hollywood.

Editing in this film also consists of various styles; like a clipping displayed in a film. Sometimes we will see pieces of film scenes with low-quality cameras, black and white films, to cigarette advertisements that were still legal in the 60s. Not to forget the film posters on the mas which are still painted and have a distinctive retro visual.

For hard-line movie fans, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” can be an interesting experience to peek at movie trends from a different time than now. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” has an iconic look due to casting other big actors. Starting from Al Pacino, Kurt Russell, Bruce Dern, and Dakota Fanning.

Overall, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is a simple tale but has rich and deep material. There are some dark historical references in it as a tribute that tastes sweet and bitter, to various elements of the pop culture of the iconic Hollywood film industry.

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