Spencer’s review published on Letterboxd:
Oh no.... I really loved this.
And while I completely understand the critiques lobbied against Tarantino for his portrayal of Sharon Tate (notably, the lack of dialogue), her character - not to mention Margot Robbie's performance - demonstrate something that is astonishingly new for Tarantino: a pure, consistent heartbeat. Everyone and everything around her is fighting so desperately to hang on to *something* but she is content just being. The scene where she watches herself on screen in a movie theater surrounded by people who don't even know she's there.... that's some movie magic.