Margot Robbie, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt SQUIRM as cameraman films EXTREME close ups

Mail Online | 7/26/2019 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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On Wednesday, Quentin Tarantino faced some tough questions from the press at the Cannes Film Festival regarding his treatment of women in his films.

But on Thursday, the 56-year-old director and the cast of his movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood were lauded for their work by an adoring audience - until a cameraman made things awkward.

Standing - Ovation - Film - Cameraman - Cast

During a lengthy standing ovation for the film, a cameraman got right in the faces of the cast, drawing squirms from Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie.

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Quentin - Film - Cannes - Crowd - Applause

Following Quentin's highly anticipated ninth film, the Cannes crowd erupted in enthusiastic applause, giving a standing ovation to the stars who were in attendance.

A cameraman then managed to catch the director's and actors' reactions - in agonizing detail.

Dakota - Fanning - Victim - Extreme - Co-stars

Dakota Fanning, 25, was the first victim of the extreme close up, staring awkwardly at her co-stars in a desperate bid to not look directly down the camera's lens.

He then moved on to 28-year-old Margot Robbie -who plays ill-fated Sharon Tate in the drama- who gamely gazed back at the camera with a disarming smile.

Pitt - Camera - Hand - Avail

Next up was Pitt, 55, who tried to wave away the camera with one hand - to little avail.

DiCaprio, 44, seemed the most uncomfortable with the close attention, alternating his gaze from floor to ceiling and back again.

Film - Director - Quentin - Tarantino - Camera

The film's director, Quentin Tarantino, tried gamely to play up to the camera, mimicking John Travolta's signature dance from Pulp Fiction not once but twice as the camera failed to move on from his face.

At one point he even appeared to bow to the camera - but still it would not move on.

Awkward - Camerawork - Incident - Wednesday - Wherein

The awkward camerawork followed a cringeworthy incident on Wednesday, wherein Tarantino delivered a fiery response to a journalist who quizzed him about his portrayal of women...
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