There are many reasons to hate the internet —the odds of that leave you an ulcer every time you open Twitter are increasingly high— but when we allow access content as I bring below, can no more than drive the knee and worship him unconditionally. Because not all days we can listen to two titans such as Paul Thomas Anderson and Quentin Tarantino talking about you to you.
Courtesy of the podcast ‘The Director’s Cut’, the Director’s Guild of America, we can enjoy a half-hour interview, led by Anderson, in which Quentin Tarantino elaborates on various aspects of ‘once Upon a time in… Hollywood’, leaving us some other pearl and clues about their way of conceiving and tackling the feature film. Pure gold.
With the introduction of the interview, Paul Thomas Anderson, now in the fourth watch of the ninth work of Tarantino, manages to condense virtually all of the essence of ‘once Upon a time in… Hollywood’: “One of the things I love about this film is the joy that has been accumulated. Pure joy, and your movies always have the joy of sliding and are always full of it, but there is something else here that you’ve never done it before”.
But it’s not all compliments and pats on the back, and the pair of filmmakers, explore the creative process of the film. Tarantino says that after conceiving your atypical duo of protagonists, and to know that they were going to be in the environment of Sharon Tate, the first thing about the history that was clear was the end. to “The remainder was to go back to justify the end”.
it Also makes it clear that never had any intention of making Cliff and Booth at the service of a plot melodramatic to use. Beyond this, I just wanted to see them in the day-to-day life, something possible thanks to the fact that “the characters and the environment are strong enough to sustain something like this,”. It should be noted that many of the critics with ‘once Upon a time in… Hollywood’ focus their attacks precisely on this decision not to opt for a dramatic progression traditional.
To finish, after praising the sequence of the Ranch Spahn and his cast, Tarantino tackles one of the most controversial issues of the film: his treatment of the figure of Sharon Tate.
“I Tried not to turn Sharon into a character from Quentin Tarantino. I didn’t want Sharon to be a character, I wanted to be the person that he was. It is just my interpretation of the person that I studied, and I am inclined definitely towards the bright side and bright, but it seems that it was. If there are other aspects that it not I… was a lovely person and [the audience] get an idea of what was his spirit and his life; in fact, see yourself doing things that makes the people in your real life, doing errands, driving the car… just mundane things.”
If domináis the English —Quentin talks like that leads to the lord Wolf of ‘Pulp Fiction’: “whole host”—, I highly recommend that you give the button to play, and to let these two geniuses will give your portion of cinefilia daily condensed in half-hour.
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The news Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson we are immersed in ‘once Upon a time in… Hollywood’ with a podcast, a must for film buffs was originally published in Espinof by Victor Lopez G. .