From The Quentin Tarantino Archives
oh I was wondering what you were talking about, but you changed the poster. awesome. watch out for it, they'll use it, haha --Sebastian 09:43, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
I noticed that MovieGoods site added the teaser poster. So it must be the real deal. Although its not spelled like QT wants it. --Pete 21:40, 3 November 2008 (UTC)
Accidently or willingly mistaken newspaper date?
I'm doing a narratological analysis of IB for my cinema class in college and I noticed in the movie what seems to be a mistake from QT: at 00:29:12, when the gard lifts up his journal in Hugo Stiglitz's prison, you can see (in HD on a very big TV, at least) that the newspaper is date «Juni 1935»... 4 years before the war! What the hell? Even the first journal shown to present Stiglitz is correctly dated of 1941... Does someone have a plausible explanation for that?
Thanks a lot!