I can just imagine him sitting in a theater shaking his head in shock.
“Quentin? Quentin? What are you-?— What are you?—— Not the prints! Not the prints!”
“You, you’re—-you’re burning all those prints! Oh boy…. So many films, so many films gone.”
I enjoy this post, Nick Kostopoulos :)
Good to have you around TheAu— Mubi. :(
I meant Mubi all along.
I still want to know why Tarantino felt compelled to kill off Emil Jannings in the blaze.
I always suspected Scorsese couldn’t separate fantasy from reality!
Did Emil Jannings have nazi connections or nazi party love?
Yeah he did, but Tarantino seems to have a soft spot for Riefenstahl as an artist and gave her a pass, so I wonder what the Jannings problem was in comparison.
NOW I actually am starting to wonder what it would be like to have Tarantino and Scorsese in a room dialoging with each other, even though I pretty much hate hearing both of them talk about film.
I’d write down that potential dialog, but Sartre already wrote No Exit.
>.>Did Emil Jannings have nazi connections or nazi party love?<<
Both, I’d say. He was made head of one of the studios (not Ufa) & in the position produced the heinous JEW SUSS.
Never liked Jannings, too hammy.
-I’d write down that potential dialog, but Sartre already wrote No Exit-
Hell is other directors.