I want to try to avoid that as a writer and I want to try to avoid it as a filmmaker. Does the Cockatoo Lounge really exist?
Then all of a sudden this character emerged with her own rhythm of speech. What the hell is that? The director confirmed that his films are all linked with a connective string running all the way from Reservoir Dogs to The Hateful Eight In meeting with Tarantino I decided to set aside his image making and focus my inquiry on his writing, the heart of his power as a filmmaker.
Yeah, I love it. Shared universes are a big deal these days. It has nothing to do with me. I do have sympathy for the devil.
Why did you decide that? I hold no interest in that, I just see it in too many movies. I later did a complete rewrite on Natural Born Killers but the first draft, F. It was kind of funny because when I wrote Pulp Fiction I wrote that by myself.
Can you think of an example where your perspective at a certain moment really changed the way you approached something? I think it is set up, but Louis is only partially on the page—all right?
I mean, when it came to Jackie Brown, it was like you know what?
He has a style about his films and a culture to his fandom that has solidified him as a living legend of cinema. In Jackie Brown it almost seemed like you went to great lengths to make the dialogue naturalistic.
Yeah, emotion will always win over coolness and cleverness. You know, they have a different fucking perspective. But it was a very important script for me because I had never really gotten that far before.
Just about every story has been told. This is a character that truly needs to be gotten across with body language. And there is no lack of that everyday speech in Jackie Brown. The character I played was the deadliest woman in the world with a knife. As I started reading more and more of his novels it kind of gave me permission to go my way with characters talking around things as opposed to talking about them.
So I put it all in the script. All I knew were the rumors. But you know it used to be I would write all this description and everything and I would be all happy with it and I would be battling page count by the end, and it would just turn into Vincent and Jules walk into a room and start talking.
What surf music was to Pulp this is all soul music, kind of the rhythm that this story takes place to. There is no word that is worse than another word. There are a lot of bad screenplays so if you write a good screenplay people are going to respond to it.What are some of Quentin Tarantino's best words of advice that screenwriters can apply to their own quest for screenwriting success?
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