Los Angeles, 1969. Sharon Tate, a promising American actress and wife of Roman Polanski, is the new neighbor of Rick Dalton, a declining television star. Dalton shares the scene with Cliff Booth, a stuntman who had been working for long in westerns movies shot at Spahn Ranch. Dalton's stand-in and chauffeur Cliff lives in a caravan with a disciplined and faithful dog just like him, who has been cushioning his friend's falls for years. A final engagement forces Rick and his double to move to the other side of the ocean to shoot a spaghetti western movie. Six months and a wife later, Rick and Cliff return to Los Angeles where the hottest night of 1969 is coming...
Quentin Tarantino returns to the line of Django Unchained and Glorious Bastards, who offered an alternative to History by making a bonfire of the Nazi hierarchs and white slavers, reclaiming history to offer the viewer a different experience, a movie that is both intimate and contemplative, lysergic and (incredibly) linear, about a lost and forgotten age of the director's real love: cinema.
Only tonight in original English language with Italian subtitles.
Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio