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Richard L. Anderson
So exciting, fun and hilarious in some parts! Glad I had my ticket weeks in advance Quentin Tarantino is definitely among my top favorite directors; I even danced around in diapers when I was a toddler listening to Little Green Bag from the soundtrack so I was on my way to being a fan without knowing it. A lot of great trivia and wonderful interviews - This made me appreciate his artful films even more than I already was. Quite satisfying mostly about praising Quentin Tarantino which was a heartwarming delight among other intriguing things and also letting things out on the table that needed to be said.
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