Attention: This story features spoilers for Quentin Tarantino's new movie Once Upton A Time … In Hollywood . If you have not seen the movie, you should stop reading here if you want to be pampered.
• Once upon a time … in Hollywood has appeared.
• At the end of the film, there is a line that may seem particularly scary.
• While much of the film is obviously fictional, this line is absolutely real.
Hook or Rogue will likely make you feel a lot of different emotions in Quentin Tarantino's new movie Once Upon a Time …. You'll laugh, you'll be on the edge of your seat, you may even cry (Leo's character knows). But there is a moment when you can definitely slip out and even get goose bumps. And those goose bumps are earned because the scariest line in that moment of the Manson family was real.
During the tense end of the movie (which we've already recapped, discussed and broken down), Tex Watson, Susan Atkins and Leslie Van Housten break into Rick's house and find only a very high cliff along with his dog Brandy. There is a kind of stalemate in the beginning, but there comes a moment when the trio Cliff asks who he is ̵
"I am the devil, and I have come to do the business of the devil," he says, aiming his gun at Cliff.
Even scarier than the line itself in the film is the fact that this is something the real Tex Watson actually said at the door before the carnage in Sharon Tate's house and Tate, Jay Sebring, Abigail Folger and Wojciech killed Frykowski.
Fortunately, Tarantino does not allow the evil of the moment to spit too much in his scene; Watson is more likely to be played as nervous and insecure than self-confident evil. His hands shake as he points to the gun, and he even has some air under his voice as he delivers the lead. In addition, Cliff replies and removes Watson's piss completely: "No, it was stupider than that," he says, not accepting his "devil's" answer as his name.
This line was also referred to in other films – Rob Zombie has also included in his film. by actor Austin Butler, who does a good job in a somewhat limited role. It must be difficult to work with such a real dialogue, but he delivered the line in a way that was in keeping with the way Tarantino presented the rest of the scene and the movie.