We appear to be in yet another cinema-is-dead era. Quentin Tarantino, whether you like him or not, continues to defy this notion. Shot on actual film and always announcing themselves as genuine events, the writer/director’s movies provoke conversation and controversy in roughly equal measure.
As much has been evident since he burst onto the scene with his debut feature, a bloody crime drama in which no one is innocent and everyone’s a suspect. (And seriously, who shot Nice Guy Eddie?)