The 58-year-old filmmaker wants to go to the top of his art after a “very long career”.
In full promotion of his book Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino takes a step back on his immense career and believes that he has perhaps offered the 7th art everything it had to offer.
In an appearance at Bill Maher, the 58-year-old filmmaker explains that he wants to stop at the height of his career. “I know the history of cinema and from now on (of this age) filmmakers are not improving. Don Siegel – if he had stopped his career in 1979, when he made Escape from Alcatraz, what a final film! What an outing! But he juggled two other films after that, which he obviously didn’t believe! “
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Anyway, Quentin Tarantino doesn’t really try to convince anyone: “I have no reason that I would like to express out loud, to tip the court of public opinion in my direction. But working for 30 years and making as many films as I have done, even if it is not as many (films) as others, it has been a long career. It’s a very long career. And I feel like I gave everything I had. “
Quentin Tarantino suggests therefore that his next film – if he makes another one – will certainly be his last. We don’t know yet what he might be talking about, but one thing is for sure, it won’t be a remake of Reservoir Dogs, sometimes asked by his fans: “This film is the capture of a moment, of an era. I thought about it (make a remake). But I won’t, the internet! “