How Once Upon A Time In America Was Shaped By Its Setting
by Jack's Movie Reviews
In this video essay, Jack discusses the setting of Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in America, illustrating how he used New York City to give the film an authentic feel, help elevate the story, provide key thematic content, and tell us a lot about his characters.
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