Richardson is the yin to QT’s latter yang. Recipient of three Cinematography Oscars, he has been the art smarts behind the wide-angle pastiches of "Kill Bill" and beyond. His scenic gestures and increasingly ambitious location shots represent a thematic break from the interiority of "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction," but as Richardson insists in his one-on-one with the Times’ Carpetbagger blog, “It’s far better to shoot a good picture than a good-looking picture.” The right-angled dialogue which watermarks all Tarantino screenplays is dissected in parallel in a new script featurette from The Weinstein Company; to deliver it is, to quote Walton Goggins, “like eating the greatest meal, and not wanting a bite to fall from your mouth."
These post-match considerations are surely a prelude to what will constitute textbook chapters and film school classes in years to come. QT is writing the book on the original screenplay, and at the same time, re-writing history. Watch below.