The Tarantinian Ethics by Fred Botting & Scott Wilson

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  • Author: Fred Botting, Scott Wilson
  • Year: 2001
  • Publisher: Sage Publications. Theory, Culture & Society Series
  • Format: Hardcover (Paperback US only)
  • Pages: 200
  • ISBN: 0761968377 (or paperback: 0761968385)

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  • Minireview: This is the latest Tarantino book, actually. A highly philosphical/psychological book about ethics in Tarantino movies, about what is considered "tarantinian" and associations people might have. A very interesting lecture. Sometimes a bit hard to get, but mostly really eye-opening. The question is, if a director with about 5 movies deserves such university-grade reading material. But on the other hand, he's the only director of his class who let loose such a wave of books. If you have the necessary bucks (the book isn't cheap) you should grab this and prepare yourself for a completely new view on Tarantino, a very scientific one.
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