Jacob T. Swinney

Tarantino's Visual references

Quentin Tarantino is a huge connoisseur of cinema (to say the least), and never proclaimed to be a self-made filmmaker. Indeed, like in every form of art, artists always inspire each other somehow.

Tarantino loves genre films and he shows that passion through references that are scattered throughout his movies. Sometimes his love goes as far as, if a scene has a tremendous impact on him, he simply recreates it in his very own way.

Jacob T. Swinney - who realized this super cut - spotted Tarantino’s eight feature films’ references, from Reservoir Dogs (1992) to Django Unchained (2012) - and they’re quite a lot. As a result, the list is pretty dense: Citizen Kane, The Graduate, Miller’s Crossing... well, you'll see.