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Commentary with Quentin Tarantino, producer Lawrence Bender and selected cast and crew
Pulp Factoid Viewer
The Critics' Commentaries
Playing It Fast and Loose
Profiling the RESERVOIR DOGS
Tipping Guide
Deleted Scenes
The Class of '92: Sundance Interviews
Tarantino's Sundance Institute Film-makers Lab
An Introduction to Film Noir: Writers and Film-makers feature
Dedications: Tarantino on his influences
Securing the Shot: Location Scouting with Billy Fox feature
Original Interviews with Tarantino and cast
Reservoir Dolls
K-Billy Super Sounds of the 70's

Former video store clerk Quentin Tarantino's directorial debut, RESERVOIR DOGS, is a brutally funny, supercharged introduction to his supremely distinct cinematic vision, which was later to become one of the most mimicked styles of the 1990s. Mastermind Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney) assembles a crew of top-notch criminals to pull off a jewelry store heist. As the film opens it becomes immediately clear that the plan backfired, forcing the survivors, who have gathered at an abandoned warehouse, to figure out if one of them is, in fact, a police informer. The crew Mr. White (Harvey Keitel), an aged veteran; Mr. Orange (Tim Roth), a wounded newcomer; Mr. Blonde (Michael Madsen), a psychopathic parolee; Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi), a bickering weasel; and Nice Guy Eddie (Chris Penn), Joe's son begin to unravel as the pressure becomes too much for them to handle. When Joe arrives, the truth becomes clear in a vicious Mexican standoff.Tarantino takes liberally from Hong Kong action flicks, most notably Ringo Lam's CITY ON FIRE, but his ultra-hip '70s soundtrack and hysterical pop culture dialogue make the film seem wholly original and new. Taking a cue from the French New Wave most notably Jean-Luc Godard RESERVOIR DOGS remains one of the decade's most influential motion pictures.

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