Quentin Tarantino: I still have to retire after making 10 feature films. I once considered restarting “Reservoir Dog”.
In order to promote the new book “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, director Quentin Tarantino recently made a guest appearance on Bill Maher’s talk show, and once again emphasized that he would retire after filming the tenth director’s work. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” in his opinion is The 9th director’s feature film.
Bill Maher suggested that he should simply remake his debut in the 10th “Reservoir Dogs”, a wonderful reincarnation.
Quentin Tarantino responded with a smile: “I did think about it, but I won’t shoot, netizens!”
Bill Maher asked Quentin on the show why he had to retire after 10 films. Quentin admitted that he wanted to retreat in rapids.
Bill Maher asked, how do you know that you are at the peak now, maybe it will be better next time.
Quentin said that he understands his abilities well, and the past 9 movies seem to have hollowed out himself.
He said that he didn’t want to be like the old director Don Siegel, who did not retire after filming such an excellent work of “Escape from Alcatraz” in 1979, and then made two bad films of “Rough Cut” and “Jinxed!”.
9 director feature films recognized by Quentin:
9.”Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
- “The Hateful Eight”
- “Django Unchained”
- “Inglourious Basterds”
- “Death Proof”
- “Kill Bill”
- “Jackie Brown”
- “Pulp Fiction”
- “Reservoir Dogs”
“Four Rooms” is co-directed by three directors and is not counted.