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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, by Quentin Tarantino: pale fiction


THE CHRONICLE OF ÉRIC NEUHOFF - The filmmaker himself signs the novelization of his latest film. A bloated and devoid of style novel.

Remove the useless phrase.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

is 1) a great movie, 2) a great novel.

The epithet "fat" is the most indulgent qualifier to designate this pavement with the red cover where the director takes up the plot and the characters of his feature film.

It appears to be called novelization.

So the brave, indefatigable Quentin frantically typed on his machine, probably thinking that the publisher would cut it off.

The publisher did nothing.

This gives this scenario inflated with hormones, this mush of adjectives, this accumulation of dialogues, not necessarily percussive

("How do you take your coffee, Mr. Dalton? - Noir: black is beautiful, as they say").

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Source: lefigaro

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