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Quentin Tarantino's Reputation (02:51)


Tarantino has a distinctive style. See clips of movies starring Uma Thurman;Lucy Liu;John Travolta, Harvey Keitel, and Samuel L. Jackson.

"Reservoir Dogs" (06:19)

Tarantino was born in Tennessee to a teenage mother; he dropped out of high school at age 15. Roger Avary, Robert Bender, and Tarantino took steps toward making independent films.

"True Romance" (02:12)

Tony Scott directed this film written by Tarantino.

"Pulp Fiction" (02:08)

Tarantino released this iconic film in 1994. It starred Travolta, Jackson, and other well-known actors. Tarantino and Avary won the Oscar for best screenplay.

"Jackie Brown" (02:21)

This 1997 film directed by Tarantino stars Jackson and Pam Grier.

"Kill Bill" (05:22)

Tarantino released the first volume of this three part feature film series six years after "Jackie Brown." He and Thurman developed the storyline. It mixed spaghetti westerns, kung fu, revenge drama, romance, and film noir.

"Grindhouse" (04:38)

Tarantino reunited with Robert Rodriguez for this double feature. Tarantino directed "Death Proof." "Inglorious Bastards," set in World War II, stars Brad Pitt.

"Django Unchained" (05:25)

This controversial western released in 2012 stars Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, and Samuel L. Jackson. Tarantino's next film was "The Hateful Eight."

"Once Upon A Time in Hollywood" (04:40)

This film, about the idea of fame, is a nod to Sergio Leone; it stars DiCaprio and Pitt.

Credits: Quentin Tarantino (The Directors, Season 6) (00:44)

Credits: Quentin Tarantino (The Directors, Season 6)

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Quentin Tarantino (The Directors, Season 6)

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This series looks at the 20th century’s iconic film directors; the real innovators whose breakthrough direction made film into the movies. Their early lives, often escaping war or poverty found expression in theatre, then film, forming the fundamental art that is cinema. This episode focuses on Quentin Tarantino.

Length: 37 minutes

Item#: BVL283512

ISBN: 979-8-88678-568-5

Copyright date: ©2021

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