The Sound of Quentin Tarantino
| Philharmonie/Philharmonic Hall
€ 46.60 to € 92.60
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Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg
Presenter: Markus Kavka
Conductor: Christian Schumann
Excerpts from »Kill Bill«, »Pulp Fiction«, »Inglourious Basterds«, »Django Unchained«, »The Hateful 8«, »Jackie Brown«, »Death Proof«, »Reservoir Dogs« and »Once Upon A Time In ... Hollywood«
Although he has a mere nine films to his name, all of them are deemed classics. Many of the scenes from his films have already entered the annals of pop culture. Take, for example, the dance scene from »Pulp Fiction«: Even 25 years after this film’s release, you cannot attend a disco night without seeing Uma Thurman and John Travolta’s moves imitated. Tarantino, with his unique violent visual language, is an exceptional big-screen director.
The soundtracks of his films have helped many a forgotten song in pop history to late fame – from »Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon« to »Across 110th Street«. The original scores are in no way inferior: The whistle motif from »Kill Bill« consists of just three notes, but anyone who knows it will instantly recognize it even after all those years and immediately sense the atmosphere of imminent calamity. For »Django Unchained« and »The Hateful 8«, Tarantino even won Ennio Morricone, one of the most famous film composers of all times, as his partner.