An hour with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino.

with Quentin Tarantino
in Movies, TV & Theater
on Friday, December 26, 1997 * * * * *

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An hour conversation with filmmaker Quentin Tarantino about the making of his blaxpoitation film "Jackie Brown", his ability to resuscitate veteran actors' careers, his history as an Academy Award-winning filmmaker of such films as "Pulp Fiction" and "Reservoir Dogs" and the inspiration of author Elmore Leonard on his work.

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Keywords:
Rum Punch
Elmore Leonard
Robert Forester
Robert De Niro
Pam Grier
Samuel L. Jackson
Jackie Brown
Uma Thurman
Quentin Tarantino
John Travolta
film noir
Pulp Fiction

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    1. BrainTrust  08/19/2009 12:29 PM Report

      Quentin seems much more subdued compared to previous interviews on the show...still, great interview

    2. andrej  03/06/2008 10:42 AM Report

      "I'm just a man now"

      its so great to see the journey of tarantino through the various charlie rose interviews: this wonderful wunderkind back in 1994, so incredibly full of himself here in 1997, and back on track later on (a "boy" again i guess) with kill bill and grindhouse.