Film Review: ‘QT8: Quentin Tarantino, The First Eight’

Film Review: ‘QT8: Quentin Tarantino, The First Eight’
In one of the intermittent revealing moments in “QT8: Quentin Tarantino, The First Eight,” a documentary about the films of Quentin Tarantino that’s like a familiar but tasty sundae for Quentin fans, we see Tarantino on the set of “Pulp Fiction,” shooting the iconic dance contest at Jack Rabbit Slim’s. As John Travolta and Uma Thurman gyrate to “You Never Can Tell,” staring each other down as they do the twist with that two-fingers-across-the-eyes gesture that I first saw Adam West do, in full cowl and costume, on an episode of “Batman,” Tarantino stands next to the camera, a few feet from his actors, and he’s dancing, too. It’s not some big show-offy director thing. He just seems like an overgrown kid, a starstruck bystander who couldn’t help but join in.

Directors tend to be stern taskmasters, and Tarantino is famous for tolerating no nonsense on his sets.
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