“you’re so cool.”

Quentin Tarantino’s iconic approach to film-making has been pleasing viewers since 1992 with the first screening of Reservoir Dogs at the Sundance Film Festival and he has cemented his name in the annals of cinema’s greats with the likes of Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill Vol.1. His passion for film, including the more obscure exploitation films from the 70s and 80s heavily influence his work and we have come to observe his peculiar tastes and recognise them as recurring trademarks. Including the ‘Red Apple Cigarettes’, ‘Go-Juice’ and his foot fetish. Added to that we have come to expect a diverse range of shots in Tarantino’s films including the Trunk Shot and his ability to navigate and construct perfect Long Tracking shots and 360 shots that give a film an edgyness and a stamp of Tarantino that is hard to match. The tracking shot of Ordell with Beaumont in the trunk from Jackie Brown has to be one of my favourite scenes, brutal and subtly composed. Continue reading ““you’re so cool.””