Quentin Tarantino’s films tend to focus extra on plot and character development than setting, however the director nonetheless is aware of the way to incorporate location into his advanced storylines. (I’d lie if I stated the Kill Bill motion pictures didn’t make me need to visit Japan much more than I already did.) The best instance of this technique can be seen in his latest movie, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood. Rather than relying on temper and language alone, Tarantino makes use of slow pans across Hollywood Boulevard and backdrops of recognizable websites like Westwood Village to give us a (slightly fantastical) sense of Los Angeles in the late Sixties. Many scenes had been filmed in still-standing bars in eating places, in case you wish to recreate a few of the less homicide-y storylines for yourself.
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