Diversity is a criticism that "once upon a time in … Hollywood" created a new film Quentin Tarantino with Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie.
And one of the last was created by the New York Times journalist, especially about the role of Australian actress who plays Sharon Tate. According to her their participation is rare in a movie that lasts 2 hours and 40 minutes.
During a press conference, Farah Nayeri asked Tarantino why Margot Robbie had no more dialogues in his film. "It must be a deliberate choice on his part"The communicator said.
Then the filmmaker was categorical. "Well, I simply reject your hypothesis"Threw while the actress was at his side."
"I think the time I had on the screen allowed me to honor Sharon." I felt I had plenty of time to explore the character, even without a specific dialogue, something interesting, ”Robbie added.