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Quentin Tarantino

When he started writing Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino wanted to come up with a “bunch-of-guys-on-a-mission movie”. “It was a sub-genre of Second World War movies,” he says, “like The Guns Of Navarone. They hadn’t been made in a long time and I thought that would be a cool genre for me. Then when I started writing it, it became something else. The idea just came to me of a bunch of Jewish-American soldiers ...

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