This Quentin Tarantino supercut shows his films from a new angle
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Quentin Tarantino’s dialog is fast-paced, whip-smart, and endlessly quotable, but he doesn’t just use words to flesh out his memorable characters. The Pulp Fiction director uses the camera to hint at motivations and feelings a process documented by filmmaker Rishi Kaneria in his latest supercut. Kaneria combines an array of Tarantino’s profile shots, using a quote from a DVXuser forum member to explain that by setting the camera side on to a character’s face, you give the audience the least amount of information about their state of mind. The iconic characters in the cut including Uma Thurman’s Bride, and Samuel L. Jackson’s Jules Winfield look both determined and menacing when set against Kaneria’s urgent soundtrack.