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Talk about a meeting of the minds.
Lucky audiences at a recent Directors Guild of America membership screening in Los Angeles on August 18 were treated to a Q&A with movie masters Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson, who sat down to discuss the making of Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” If you haven’t seen the film, beware the spoilers ahead in the 35-minute conversation.
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The lively chat spanned an array of topics surrounding the making of Tarantino’s 1969 period piece set in Los Angeles during a period of immense cultural change — all with the black hole of the Manson family looming over Hollywood.
In the podcast embedded below, Anderson and Tarantino dive into everything from recreating the Spahn Ranch of the ’60s and the neon signs of Los Angeles at the time, to how Tarantino revised Hollywood history to put his own spin on the Sharon Tate murder that rocked the industry. Anderson and Tarantino also waxed about the masters that inspire them in film, music, and literature, such as Cormac McCarthy and Francis Ford Coppola.
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