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Quentin Tarantino explodes onto the screen with his debut feature following a jewellery heist gone horribly, violently wrong.
Film noir 1991 99 mins
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Tarantino’s bloody but incredibly entertaining gangster flick ushered in a new era of independent filmmaking in America when it took Cannes Film Festival by storm 1992. All the Tarantino hallmarks are present, from the snappy, witty dialogue to the ultra-cool soundtrack and, of course, the undiluted violence. A landmark debut film guaranteed to get your pulse racing.
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