Margot Robbie, that Cannes visit to talk about the new film of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, during a press conference the choices of its director defended. This is evident from images of Variety.
During a press conference about Once Upon A Time In Hollywood asked a journalist to the role of Robbie in the film. She plays actress Sharon Tate, but has relatively little text, according to the journalist. She wondered why Tarantino chose to become an actress with the record of Robbie not more text.
Tarantino responded negative to the question without further content. “I point to this hypothesis,” he replies resolutely.
Robbie choose to elaborate on the matter. “I always look at what the character should convey. The moments that I am, gave me the opportunity for Sharon to honor them,” she explains. “I find that I have its beautiful sides adequately have been able to show without too much to speak.”
For Robbie, it was a new way of working. “I’m normally very on the interaction with other characters to let me know about the character what I play. You get rarely the chance to work in this way to be alone with the character that you play,” said the Australian actress.
The film Once Upon A Time in Hollywood went during the Cannes film Festival premiere. The film is only in August in the Dutch cinemas.
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AvatarAuteurVarietyMoment of plaatsen20:28 – may 22, 2019
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