Whatever Happened to Mr. Pink?
Death Proof interview with QT and Robert Rodriguez
True Romance Alternative Trailer
What is Grindhouse? with Quentin Tarantino & Robert Rodriguez
Death Proof Ship's Mast
Death Proof : Stuntman Mike Murders "The Girls"
Tarantino and David Letterman Discuss Jackie Brown
Unlike some previous attempts, Dave gets a pretty good interview from QT this time. They discuss the pressures of directing stars, the new movie Jackie Brown, and some recent minor altercations.
The Director's Chair With Quentin Tarantino
Tarantino talks Jackie Brown with Charlie Rose
In this hour long interview from 1997, Tarantino touches on many subjects including: Robert DeNiro, Pam Grier, his own acting, and his personal philosophy on the film-making process.
What makes this interview great? Well, great questions for one. Plus for maybe the first time we sense the director's internal struggle to continue his streak of making important and unique films. It's very clear here that QT puts himself under enormous pressure to make nothing but masterpieces. And he doesn't take too kindly to shallow criticism.
In my opinion Jackie Brown is a deep, emotional, and ultimately serious affair. But in the end, it's really a homage to the strength and beauty of black women in the USA. With enough action and humor to keep everyone entertained for the duration.
What is the purpose of Tarantino's cameos?
Death Proof: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Death Proof is a rather gratuitous (and by that I mean fucking great) 1970's movie paying homage to a genre called "Grindhouse", known for their low-budgets, splatter and exploitational topics. The exploit here is "muscle cars" and "splatter".