Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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Though it has a strange way to evolve, it opens many thinkings about future in Earth.
The pathway of the narrative floats through wide curves, and has not a clear meaning point but, what biography has it? Interesting, but it could be summarized in two sentences. The way to tell the story (and the way Cubans speak) makes not easier to understand it.
In a TV-film way, it shows an ambitious politician which seems to change after murder of the president; what I am not sure if he continued being the same ambitious politician after all.
I don't know if it is a great advertisement and a critic to the system but, anyway, it's funny.
Between 2.5 and 3. Far away from brightness of the books, but tries to be funny.