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The Artistical Quentin Tarantino

By Edited Nov 15, 2013 0 0

Quentin Tarantino and his memorable films has spawn over 20 years, starting from his first "Reservoir Dogs" to his latest "Django Unchained" gaining immediate cult following. Dropping out of high school at the age of 15, he went on to attend an acting class which he didn't quite stayed long with. At his mother's request he had to take a job, since he dropped out of high school.Taking lots of jobs he maintained one in particular, which was the key to this guy's(and our's)future, both as a film director and film lovers. Video Archives changed Quentin's life.

Previously he wrote and directed a film called "My Best Friend's Birthday", but it didn't look like Quentin imagined it. Later on, while still working in Video Archives he thought that there hasn't been made any heist films lately.He wrote one and with his friend and producer Lawrence Bender he planed to shoot it on a low budget. But this wonderful script did not deserve that. When "Reservoir Dogs" got into the hands of Harvey Keitel it got just the boost it needed. Harvey contacted Quentin immediately and he proposed to him to star in it and produced it also. THIS was the start of one of the greatest careers in Cinema history.

HOWEVER... with the huge success of "Reservoir Dogs" Quentin made the Big Bang with his second film "Pulp Fiction"(for some people...including me, to be one of the greatest films made). Quentin Tarantino is not just a film maker. He is the essence of it. Including non-linear storytelling he twists his audience with craving for more. His scripts and their uniqueness, are constantly trying to make you wonder... how?

In an interview he said that when hi reaches 60 years, he would quit the industry and start writing novels.

  1. Now what's the greatest thing in the world? - Movies!
  2. What's the second greatest thing in the world? - Novels

A perfect day would be reading a novel that was written by the hands of the great Quentin Tarantino, would'n it?

Quentin Tarantino

The MASTER himself in action
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