Quentin Tarantino: cinema in the blood

Quentin Tarantino – Le cinéma dans le sang is a book by film critic Marc Godin and journalist Denis Brusseaux. Released by Éditions du Layeur, this 150-page book takes up the filmography of the filmmaker, from Reservoir Dogs to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
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On sale at bookstores at a price of 29.90 euros

Quentin Tarantino’s first film was released in theaters on September 2, 1992. Its name: Reservoir Dogs. Produced with a small budget of a million dollars, it brought in 22. Since then, Tarantino has become a “bankable” director who records an average of 2 million admissions per film, in France alone.

In 9 feature films, the former video club seller generated 2 billion euros in revenue for a budget of 443 million. Each release of his films is an event and this enfant terrible of cinema has forged a rock’n’roll reputation, right down to the heart of Hollywood.

Unequaled genius for some, shameless plagiarist for others, after nine films, all between love, humor and violence, but always with real cinema inside, Quentin Tarantino created the event again in the summer of 2019 with Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; his most personal, deceptively cool, twilight, awe-inspiring film of mastery and served by the prestigious duo Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.

In 150 richly illustrated pages, this veritable bible dissects all the films and all the shootings of the maestro, including the one who received the Palme d’Or in Cannes in 1994: Pulp Fiction.

Also on the program: an unpublished interview with the filmmaker, the best lines of his films, an incalculable number of anecdotes, what critics and certain “people” think of him for good or for bad, and an unfolding in three parts of his youth, from his first encounters to golden scenarios.

Quentin Tarantino – Cinema in the blood is a beautiful book that will appeal to all fans of the director as well as aficionados of his films. Sold at a low price: 29.90 euros, it will find its place perfectly at the foot of the Christmas tree, in a yellow and black gift package, Kill Bill’s favorite colors. And then we, what we like about Tarantino is his taste for vintage, which we find in each of his films (the “Champion” t-shirt by Brad Pitt in “Once Upon a Time ..” , excellent!).

Format: 25 cm x 25 cm
Pagination: 150 pages
Hardcover, bound
Public price: 29.90 euros

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Quentin Tarantino: cinema in the blood