The 2019’s American comedy-drama “Once upon a time in Hollywood”, the 9th film of Quentin Tarantino, has bagged the best screenplay award at the Golden Globe Awards 2019. The exquisite movie has got all that is required to make up for a marvelous plot; and, the outcome has been witnessed by everyone.
The film has marked its presence in the list of nominees of the Golden Globe awards 2019 by winning the hearts of its spectators with a mind-blowing script and screenplay. The film triumphed over Noah’s “Marriage story” as well as Jin Wan Hon’s “Parasite”, McCartney’s “The two popes”.
Elaborating further Tarantino also emphasized the rumors surrounding the making of the film and ending his career in filmography as he spoke to the reporters backstage. Tarantino said that he likes the idea of arousing a ten-film filmography as for the last 30 years he gave everything to the world. Tarantino also gave his love to his pregnant wife Daniella Pick and thanked his audience for being the most graceful and loving towards the cast and the film.
The cast includes the evergreen actors Leonardo Di Caprio, and Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Emile Hirsch. Tarantino dedicated his victory solely to Robert Bolt for being his constant inspiration. Tarantino also thanked the film’s grand cast for contributing towards the film’s success.