“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is the latest film from Quentin Tarantino about the lives of film workers in Hollywood in 1969. Rick Dalton, played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Cliff Booth, played by Brad Pitt, is the main idea of ??this film. While Margot Robbie plays Sharon Tate, one of the real characters who used to be a rising star actress in 1969. Maybe not a name remembered by modern society, because she experienced a tragic event before her name entered the hall of fame.
Who is Sharon Tate?
Sharon Tate is a model and actress who is treading Hollywood in the Golden Age of Hollywood era. He had played in the film “The Wrecking Crew”, “The Fearless Vampire Killers”, as well as several other old movie titles. He also often became a magazine cover model at the time.
Sharon was married to director Roman Polanski in 1968 and conceived their first child in 1969. Not having had the chance to give birth to a baby, Sharon was brutally murdered at his home on August 9, 1969, by a Manson Family sect. He was killed with 3 friends when Roman Polanski was shooting a film in London, England.
With fictional characters in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; Rick Dalton and Cliff Booth, this gives a different ending to what everyone is hoping for.
Entering the final round in this film, there is a quite long jump in the timeline, which is for 6 months. When Rick and Cliff returned to Hollywood after 6 months of filming in Italy. On the other hand, Sharon’s pregnancy had gotten bigger.
From here, the story is told narratively with background noise and a description of the time every few moments. Continuity between the three main characters; Rick, Cliff, and Sharon felt closer. The transfer of a plan based on emotion brought disaster for the three hippies. Entering this stage, we have just experienced the real Quentin Tarantino movie, with blood and brutal scenes of fighting.
In the last scene, we see Roman Polanski greeting Rick Dalton, followed by Sharon Tate’s voice from a speaker; sounded calm and safe inside the mansion. The scene fits the title which is synonymous with a fairy tale with a happy ending forever. Unfortunately, reality presents the story with the opposite end.