In 1969, Sharon Tate was a blossoming actress. Married to Roman Polanski and 8.5 months pregnant with their child, she was about to embark on a new and exciting chapter in her life. However, at just 26 years old, she was murdered by members of the Charles Manson cult. We actually just passed the 50-year mark of when the murders took place.\r\n\r\nTate is portrayed by actress Margot Robbie in the new Quentin Tarantino film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. In a recent interview, Sharon Tate's sister, Debra, opens up about what she thinks about her late sister's portrayal in the film.\r\nDebra Tate talks about the new film\r\n\r\n\r\nDebra says that she approves of the portrayal of her late sister, done by Robbie. However, she wishes that director Tarantino would have given more attention to the actress in the film. \u201cI mean, I really wish that Quentin Tarantino would do the Sharon Tate story, and I would love to see Margot play [that]\u2026 But that was not the movie that Quentin had written, and I knew it and I understood it,\u201d she says.\r\n\r\n\u201cAnd it was his vision. I\u2019m not going to tell anybody that has done such a wonderful job, and a respectful job at honoring a particular situation, that they have to do my version of a story. Although I really wish he would\u2019ve.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\nTate's sister advocates for victim's rights to this day\r\nDebra also states that she was deeply affected by seeing Robbie perform as her late sister. \u201cShe made me cry because she sounded just like Sharon,\u201d Debra says upon visiting the set of the film. \u201cThe tone in her voice was completely Sharon, and it just touched me so much that big tears [started falling]. The front of my shirt was wet. I actually got to see my sister again\u2026 nearly 50 years later.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nDecades later, Debra remembers the fateful night that she got the phone call that her sister had been part of the Manson family murders. \u201cI got out of the shower without even rinsing the soap out of my hair and got on the phone,\u201d she says. \u201cI felt like there must have been some sort of mistake.\u201d\r\n\r\nTheir mother, Doris, has spent many years being a trailblazer for victim's rights. She would help pass the Victims\u2019 Bill of Rights in California in 1982, allowing for victim impact statements. Doris also founded the Coalition on Victims\u2019 Equal Rights before her death in 1992.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/fZgNwv1Qa7k\r\nDebra Tate may love her late sister's portrayal in the new film, but Bruce Lee's daughter was not happy about his. Read more about those details here!