How Quentin Tarantino Shoots A Film At 3 Different Budget Levels: $1M, $8M And $95M!


Quentin Tarantino is a globally recognized director known for his uniquely stylized directorial traits, which are easily identifiable throughout his filmography. In this video, he breaks down the funding process and his approach to shooting Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, to identify the similarities and differences between the three films. Watch below and leave comments.

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List Of Films Featured:

Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019)

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