Quentin Tarantino Biography

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Authors and Artists for Young Adults on Quentin Tarantino

Writer and filmmaker Quentin Tarantino's career "was a Hollywood dream story," according to Daniel Fierman in Entertainment Weekly: "a young video clerk from rough-and-tumble beginnings who wrote and directed a stylish, violence-packed film called Reservoir Dogs in 1992 and waltzed away with buzz and adoration at Sundance." Pulp Fiction followed two years later, earning the young filmmaker an Academy Award for Best Screenplay. That film, according to Fierman, "had a seismic cultural impact, taking the indie-film movement mainstream, spawning countless pale imitations, and turning its director into a global star." Following his early success, Fierman noted, "Tarantino simply disappeared," bringing out in the next decade the 1997 Jackie Brown, the mega-hit Pulp Fiction, and the sprawling Kill Bill, which was in production for 155 days, came in millions of dollars over budget, and finally was divided into two films, Volume 1 and Volume 2, released several months apart. Fierman went on to note...

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