Fans of Quentin Tarantino rejoice! Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood is now playing at Monaco’s Open Air Cinema.
It’s been three years since Quentin Tarantino released a film, so this summer’s highly anticipated new movie Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood is cause for fans to celebrate. Starring a seriously A-list cast including Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Al Pacino and Margot Robbie, to name a few, this throwback to the Hollywood Golden Era’s last gasp features multiple storylines and the usual fast-paced wit associated with the filmmaker’s efforts.
The Monaco Open Air Cinema will be screening the film several times in the coming weeks in original version with French subtitles.
Other films on the roster include the latest installation of the Fast & Furious franchise, the new Emma Thompson film Late Night and several choices for the whole family including Pets 2, Dora and the Lost City, and the highly acclaimed revamp of The Lion King.
The Open Air Cinema is Europe’s largest and comfortably seats 500 guests. Situated on the Rock and featuring unparalleled views, the cinema is an annual event in and of itself, and popular year after year with movie goers.
Doors open at 8:30pm and the film starts at 9:30pm.
Monday 27 March, 6 pm, Variety Theatre
Lecture on “Heritage in danger: where can solutions be found?” by Mounir Boucherai, former UNESCO Deputy Director General for Culture, organised by the Association Monégasque pour la Connaissance des Arts (Monegasque Association for the Understanding of Arts)
Information: +377 97 70 65 27