In Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019), we see Sharon Tate walking past a movie theater that is featuring a movie with her in it. She decided to watch it and asks to buy one ticket. The attendant told her it was $0.75 and as she went to pay, Sharon told the attendant that she was in the movie and eventually made her way into the movie theater for free.

Why? She was well-off if not rich, so why do this? I do not think it was just to get attention because she specifically said, "What if I was in the movie?" as opposed to just saying, "You know, I am in this movie!".

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    Frankly it sounds as though she was just seeing what she could get away with. Whether she could afford the ticket was secondary. – Paulie_D Aug 2 at 15:34
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    @Paulie_D It did not seem that way in the scene, but I'm having a hard time coming up with another explanation. What, if anything, did her making it known she was in the movie do to move the story line? It didn't change her character or have any impact on the story line as far as I could see. It also didn't make sense why she would even be in the theater, so I'm guessing maybe it has a meaning outside of the movie. – DustinDavis Aug 2 at 19:38

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