Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood

BBFC RatingOnce Upon a Time...in Hollywood

Showing: 14 August 2019 until 29 August 2019

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Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood
Certificate18
Year2019
GenreDrama, Comedy
DirectorQuentin Tarantino
LanguageEnglish
CountryUSA, UK
Running Time2HR 41MINS
SeasonMain Programme
Closed CaptioningThe 8.30pm screening on Tuesday 27 August will feature descriptive subtitling.

Quentin Tarantino’s ninth feature film is a fun-filled tapestry of stories set in the summer of 1969 - the height of ‘hippy Hollywood’.

Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) - the former star of a western TV series - and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) are both struggling to find their feet again in a Tinseltown they no longer recognise. But Rick does have a very famous neighbour - Valley of the Dolls star Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie). 

A cinephile’s dream, Tarantino’s comedic 1960s Hollywood odyssey is packed with iconic figures and studio hijinks - awash with his signature irreverent style. 

“[A] richly evocative, conceptually jaw-dropping, excessively foot-fetishizing, inescapably terrifying and unexpectedly poignant movie.” – JUSTIN CHANG, LOS ANGELES TIMES


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