Quentin Tarantino | Literature Criticism Interview by Lynn Hirschberg

This literature criticism consists of approximately 12 pages of analysis & critique of Quentin Tarantino.
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SOURCE: "The Man Who Changed Everything," in New York Times Magazine, November 16, 1997, pp. 112, 114-5, 117.

In the following interview, Tarantino discusses his films and the Hollywood movie industry.

Quentin Tarantino, in shorts and a T-shirt, is padding around his palatial mansion in the Hollywood Hills on a Sunday afternoon in late October. He has lived here less than a year, and the previous occupant, the pop singer Richard Marx, left most of his overstuffed furniture behind. Tarantino has added some touches: movie posters are strewn everywhere; there are bronze sculptures of characters from Reservoir Dogs, his first movie, and Pulp Fiction; a goldfish, a gold lamp and Tarantino's screenwriting Oscar for Pulp Fiction (also gold) are carefully arranged in front of a picture window. "Feng shui." Tarantino explains.

Piled on the living-room floor are videocassettes of scenes from Tarantino...

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