Being a film buff often means that you have directors that you admire and follow their work. We find, nowadays, that auteurship is highly valued in the industry and amongst fans. With the likes of Tim Burton or Wes Anderson, Quentin Tarantino is an artist with the kooks and creativity that we’ve seen consistently throughout his decades of work.
Tarantino’s iconic style, themes and trademarks have been seen for years, through his independent films and global blockbusters. So, we’ll do a direct comparison of the indie cult film Reservoir Dogs (1992), to Kill Bill Vol I (2003), where Tarantino is well broken into mainstream, blockbuster status and Django Unchained (2012).
1. “The Trunk” Shot
2. Director Cameo
3. Torture Sequence
4. Restaurant Scene
5. Black and White Suit
Tags: Aesthetic, Articles, Cinematography, Cult, Django Unchained, Iconic, Kill Bill Vol I, Quentin Tarantino, Reservoir Dogs, Style, Themes