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Tarantino A to Zed: The Films of Quentin Tarantino
This is the only book that deals exclusively with the films of Hollywood's most controversial director.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published June 1st 1999 by B.T. Batsford
(first published December 12th 1931)
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this book started yet another one of my regular tarantino kicks, which i enjoy so much. it made me more appreciative of him and his films. i started this book as somebody who loved and admired the hell out of tarantino but was uneasy about calling myself a "true fan" because i hadn't read up as much as i wanted to about his fictional world and i've now finished this book as a true, knowledgeable fan :) the information was great and i learnt a lot so i'm giving this only 4 stars because it contai ...more
This is a decent, if rather dated (by now; to be fair, it was published quite a while ago), encyclopedia of all things Tarantino. It told me some things I didn't know, and a few I'm not entirely sure I believe (e.g. I'm pretty sure we're supposed to infer that Mr. Pink is shot down at the end of Reservior Dogs), in a generally accessible and readable style. Not essential, but interesting for Tarantino fans.
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