The director of Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill indicated that his latest film may have something to do with Reservoir Dogs, his first feature film released in 1992.
“You are too young to quit, you are at the top of your game!” Amazement on the set of Real Time with Bill Maher. Invited to promote his first novel, free adaptation of his film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino has confirmed information that has already been running for a few months: his next film will be the last of his career as a filmmaker.
“This is precisely why I want to stop, hastened to respond to the 58-year-old director. I know the history of cinema, from this stage to the end the directors don’t improve. ” Quentin Tarantino has often expressed the desire to stop directing after ten films. Very influenced by monsters such as Sergio Leone or Stanley Kubrick, the filmmaker has always expressed his fear of making the film too many.
After thirty years of career, Quentin Tarantino believes that he can no longer offer anything to the cinema. “I gave everything I had”, he explained. At the helm of masterpieces such as Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill or more recently Django, he indicated that his next – and last – film might have something to do with Reservoir Dogs , his first feature film released in 1992.
The director is about to release his first work, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, published by Editions Fayard on August 18 in France, and is already working on a second book, this time not fictional, called Cinema Speculation.