The Third Act For Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Was Kept In A Safe

Keeping aspects of films and television shows from being spoiled used to be a much simpler process. Ever since the internet measures have become more drastic, such as digital self-destructive scripts, which were used in the final season of Game of Thrones.

For Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the third act was kept in a safe located inside a trailer that belonged to one of the film’s producers. You can check out what Paul Clark, first assistant director on the film had to say about the situation during an interview with Filmmaker Magazine down below.

“We kept the third act in a safe in the accounting department. You come, you get the script, you go into the little room, you go read the third act. When you’re done, you give the script back, they put it back in the safe and you leave. You take some notes. If you need to refer to something again, you go back.

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More from Clark:

“When we got out on location, we just brought a safe and you go to the producer’s trailer if you need to read it. The hardest part was getting over the fear of not having the material at your fingertips all the time. Once people got over that fear, it wasn’t an issue.”

Whatever it takes, I guess. The ending of the film brought something brutally awesome, as well as somewhat shocking, even for a Tarantino film. While it was pretty great, and I enjoyed it, the ending didn’t have the same feeling of payoff as other Tarantino films, at least for me.

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Source: Filmmaker Magazine

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