Quentin Tarantino: A Graphic Biography (BioGraphics) (Hardcover)

Quentin Tarantino: A Graphic Biography (BioGraphics) By Michele Botton, Bernardo Santiago Acosta (Illustrator) Cover Image

Quentin Tarantino: A Graphic Biography (BioGraphics) (Hardcover)

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'An essential volume for fans of the filmmaker, as well as anyone interested in modern American cinema.' – Library Journal

From the set of 1993’s Pulp Fiction, to a bar room meeting with Robert Rodriguez and an inspirational lunch with Leonardo di Caprio, this unique graphic novel takes us across a series of Hollywood-inspired vignettes covering the movie-obsessed life and career of one of modern cinema’s greatest filmmakers – Quentin Tarantino.

Join the conversation as Tarantino talks John Travolta into starring in Pulp Fiction, find out about the inspiration for his earliest screenplays and learn about Tarantino’s obsessive childhood growing up in California.

For those who already know what they call a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris – as well as those looking for an insight into Tarantino’s influences, inspirations and the development of his signature style – we present Quentin Tarantino: A Graphic Life.
Michele Botton is an Italian scriptwriter and author. He has published graphic novels on the lives of Charles Bukowski and Audrey Hepburn.
  Bernardo Santiago Acosta is an Italian-Argentine illustrator, graphic novelist and animator. 
Product Details ISBN: 9780711290761
ISBN-10: 0711290768
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
Publication Date: March 5th, 2024
Pages: 128
Language: English
Series: BioGraphics
"Botton’s deeply insightful script and knack for composing dialogue attuned to Tarantino’s distinctive rhythm and intensity make this an essential volume for fans of the filmmaker, as well as anyone interested in modern American cinema."—Library Journal