Quentin Tarantino Film Techniques

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Quentin Tarantino is a notable filmmaker because he has left his credit as writer and director out of his films, he has given his characters aliases, and he has used Mexican standoffs in his films. Find out how Tarantino uses blood casually in films with filmmaking tips from a director and filmmaker in this free video on making movies.

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Hi, my name is Jared Drake and I'm going to talk to you about Quentin Tarantino film techniques. One thing that Quentin Tarantino did in his first two films that was notable, especially because they got so much recognition, in Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction is he left his credit as the writer and director out of the film. A lot of times you see, a film by or you know, written, directed by, blah blah blah blah. He intentionally left his name out of it. Characters in a lot of his movies have aliases like, you know, Honey and Bunny, film Pulp Fiction. Most of his films feature a Mexican standoff which is where three or more characters are pointing guns at each other. A lot of his films have just copious amounts of blood just spewing out in different scenes. And what's notable about it is how it's treated in a very casual humorous sense.


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