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3 Responses to “Quentin Tarantino in His Own Words”

  1. Wes Schott says:

    Tarantino is something else

    love the dialog

    the violence is a bit of a challenge

  2. KidDynamite says:

    music is equally as important to Tarantino’s films as dialogue is. Pulp Fiction is the ultimate in the collision of epic dialogue and epic soundtrack

  3. Groty says:

    QT was interviewed by Charlie Rose last night to promote the new movie. Very intense, high strung man.

    Interviews of writers always fascinate me when they talk about the fictional characters they’ve created in their mind as if they’re real and alive. For example, there’s a character in Inglorious Basterds who can speak several languages (and who QT said is the best character he’s ever created).

    Anyway, QT told Charlie Rose that when he first “met” this character he knew he was smart, but he had no idea how smart he really was. When ordinary people start talking about how smart imaginary people are, it’s time to schedule an appointment with a mental health professional. When actors, artists, and writers do it, its a sign of creative genius.