Quentin Tarantino

When people ask me if I went to film school I tell them, “no, I went to films”.’ Quentin Tarantino

Having grown up as a movie and comic-book-obsessed kid, Tarantino took a job at the Video Archives in Manhattan Beach where he voraciously consumed all kinds of cinema. His love for Hollywood genres and popular culture matured into a fascination that fuelled his career and has seen him become one of the most influential auteurs of our time. In the years that followed, he established a distinctive style of storytelling characterised by temporal disorientation, lurid but irresistible characters, ultra-violence and a joyous use of pop music, all wrapped up in gleefully post-modern black humour. Like Jean-Luc Godard, the auteur who influenced him, Tarantino plays with cinema conventions, breaks rules with an anarchic energy and makes game-changing films that are achingly cool to boot.

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