Quentin Tarantino: Shooting From the Hip by Wensley Clarkson
From The Quentin Tarantino Archives
- Author: Wensley Clarkson
- Also from this author: Tarantino - The Man, the Myths and His Movies
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 312
- Publisher: Overlook T Press
- Date: December 1, 1995
- ISBN: 0879516763
- ISBN-13: 978-0879516772
- Language: English
Quentin Tarantino has rapidly emerged as the voice of his generation and a leading icon of popular youth culture. His uniquely stylish films, with their designer violence, exuberant black humour and rapid-fire, tough-guy dialogue, have won him worldwide critical acclaim and rock star status. Tarantino is walking, talking, Oscar-winning proof that you can break the rules and still triumph over Hollywood. This roller coaster ride through Quentin Tarantino's life and work is based on over 100 in-depth interviews with friends, colleagues and family and was written with the invaluable support of Quentin's mother, Connie. Perceptive and compelling, Quentin Tarantino: Shooting From The Hip penetrates the eccentric world of Hollywood's hottest movie director. It is essential reading for everyone wanting to understand Tarantino the man, and the phenomenon.
About the Author: Wensley Clarkson is a journalist and prolific author whose biographies include "John Travolta; King of Cool", "Mel Gibson: Man on a Mission", "Tom Cruise: Cruise Control" and many bestselling true crime books.