It’s been a long time since in every interview from Quentin Tarantino (Knoxville, 1963) the theme of retirement arises. Director of Pulp fiction wants to retire in his tenth film, so there would only be one more after Once upon a time in hollywood, and that leads to self-imposed pressure on your next project. The one that should conclude his career in style, put an end to the career of an essential filmmaker in the last three decades. Tarantino knows perfectly well what that means, and that is why it seems to give him anguish to detract from his own legacy.
The blood, the body and the feet of women in Tarantino’s cinema: empowerment or machismo?