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  Normally a peaceful person, I'm thrilled by the violent screen
action of these two directors. Let's explore these two and see how
they are American/Mexican versions of each other. Rodriguez shows it
in the Mexico Trilogy and Tarantino in his Kill Bill duo. Any
favorites out there?


  I'm more familiar with Tarantino, I loved  PULP FICTION
thought it was ingenious, I also liked From Dusk to Dawn. I also like
Steve Buscemi he's great. I actually saw him on the subway once here
in NY. He looks exactly like his offbeat characters. Maryann

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  Normally a peaceful person, I'm thrilled by the violent screen
action of these two directors. Let's explore these two and see how
they are American/Mexican versions of each other. Rodriguez shows it
in the Mexico Trilogy and Tarantino in his Kill Bill duo. Any
favorites out there?



Obviously Quentin Tarantino and
Robert Rodrigues are old buddies. They use some of the
same actors and Rodriguez has even used Tarantino as one of his
actors. Both have hired Steve Buscemi (several times), an
extremely outstanding actor. When I watch Buscemi, I
forget I’m watching an actor; he is so much a part of the
story. Any Steve fans out there?
 

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  Normally a peaceful person, I'm thrilled by the violent screen
action of these two directors. Let's explore these two and see how
they are American/Mexican versions of each other. Rodriguez shows it
in the Mexico Trilogy and Tarantino in his Kill Bill duo. Any
favorites out there?

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