Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino

American director
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Short biography

Quentin Jerome Tarantino is an iconic American director.

A brief biography

Quentin Tarantino was born March 27, 1963 in the United States.

Dropped out of Christian school at the age of fifteen to work. Quentin Tarantino's first place of work was a porno cinema, where he worked as a usher.

Took acting lessons and tried in vain to find a role in the film industry, while earning a living in the video store.

Quentin Tarantino began his career as a film director in 1984. Then Tarantino worked for two years on the tape "Birthday of My Best Friend," which, however, was not finished.

His debut on the big screen for Tarantino was the film "Mad Dogs", released in 1992.

However, the film"Pulp Fiction" brought world fame to Quentin Tarantino, which brought colossal box office receipts and earned the status of a cult film.

After the success of "Pulp Fiction," Quentin took a brief pause in the directorial work, starring in the comedy "American Girl" and "Destiny Turns on the Radio," as well as in two editions of the show "Saturday Night Live.

Later, at the Toronto Film Festival, where Quentin Tarantino brought hisMad Dogs, he met Robert Rodriguez. Their friendship led to several unconventional and daring films, such asFour Rooms and TheGrindhouse Project.

In the 2000s Quentin Tarantino distinguished himself by actively promoting foreign films in the American market. Such films, according to his idea, came to the U.S. labeled"Quentin Tarantino presents".

In the 2010s, Tarantino suddenly switched to the western genre. First he releasedDjango Libre, which earned him worldwide popularity. Later came out ambiguously accepted by critics and viewers "Disgusting Eight".

The specific, recognizable style of Quentin Tarantino's works was called "Tarantinesque" (by analogy with "burlesque"), and the word was officially included in the Oxford dictionary. The stylistics of Tarantino's films became the target of numerous parodies, such as"Quentin Tarantino's Gingerbread Man", etc.

Quentin Tarantino's filmography

According to numerous critics, as well as according to audience ratings, Quentin Tarantino's best films are:

  • "Pulp Fiction.

  • "Mad Dogs."

  • "Kill Bill."

  • "Inglourious Basterds."

  • "Django Libre."

Personal life

Quentin Tarantino was a loner until his round fifty-five years. Although he met with many Hollywood celebrities - from actresses to film directors, as well as many publications for decades discussed the non-existent affair of Quentin Tarantino and Uma Thurman.

Quentin Tarantino got married only in 2018. His wife is the singer from Israel Daniela Pieck.

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