On this special episode of Time on Screen, we’re coming to you live from the Editorial Lounge at the Chicago Windup Watch Fair, where Zach Kazan was joined by Worn & Wound’s Head of Partnerships, Kyle Snarr, and Neall Brick from Citizen. They’re there to discuss Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino’s ninth feature film. This is one of the best watch spotting in recent years, primarily for a well documented mistake that has a Citizen chronograph on Brad Pitt’s wrist that definitely didn’t exist in 1969, when the film takes place. That’s the jumping off point for a spirited discussion about the film, the complicated reaction to it, and Tarantino’s career.
There’s also plenty of talk about the watch featured in the film, which was the inspiration for the recently released Citizen 50th Anniversary Tsuno Chrono, a 1970s inspired gold tone chronograph that looks particularly at home on a bund strap.
We’re grateful to our friends at Citizen for making this episode possible. Their Promaster collection is built on a century worth of technological research and innovation. The collection represents professional-grade sports watches built for sea, land, and air. Each watch is designed to overcome the elements and empower the wearer to “Go Deeper, Go Further and Go Higher” and the watch casting in Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood is a solid representation of that ethos.
To learn more about the Citizen Tsuno Chronograph 50th Anniversary Limited Edition and explore the collection, head to citizenwatch.com.