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Sunday, Aug 9, 2009
by PopMatters Staff
by Sean O'Hagan
The Observer (9 August 2009)

“He made his name in the 90s with the breathtaking Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction. But as Quentin Tarantino’s chaotic Second World War epic opens, Sean O’Hagan finds the director’s genius in danger of going Awol.”


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