Once Upon A Time In Hollywood--Sony Releases Short Documentary For Their Major Oscar Contender
Tarantino's latest is a "love letter to making movies."
Quentin Tarantino's latest film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, has received a making-of documentary. The 28 minute film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood - A Love Letter to Making Movies, comes on the back of a lengthy Oscar campaign, and is clearly made with film fans in mind.
The documentary features footage from the film intercut with quotes from people who worked on the movie, including several members of the cast, such as Kurt Russell, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, and Brad Pitt. The documentary is also notable for containing footage of Luke Perry talking about Tarantino and the movie. Perry tragically passed away at 52 before the movie's release.
It's not the sort of documentary that yields real insight or never-before-heard anecdotes (the story of Tarantino's inspiration for the film that we've previously covered is touched upon again here), but it's a fun watch for fans.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood received 10 Oscar nominations, and Brad Pitt is generally considered as the frontrunner for the "Best Supporting Actor" award for his performance. The movie also has a reasonable shot in most of the major categories it was nominated in, including Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Picture.
Quentin Tarantino's next project isn't announced yet, but it probably won't be the Star Trek film he has previously talked about doing. He's also discussed the possibility of releasing a four-hour cut of this latest film.
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