Quentin Tarantino, his last film will be about a Hollywood critic

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Huge anticipation for Quentin Tarantino’s tenth and final film, The Movie Critic, which will be all about a Hollywood film critic. But it won’t be Pauline Kael who will be at the center of the director’s new production, who has publicly declared that her interest has been directed elsewhere. It remains to understand who will be the real protagonist of Tarantino’s latest masterpiece, which has not yet released any anticipation in this regard.

Who is the critic of The Movie Critic?

“There’s been a lot of speculation about who the character really is. He is a critic who really existed, but he is not known,” said the director of Pulp Fiction during a stage of the promotion of his book tour Cinema Speculation in Barcelona. It is therefore not Pauline Karl, as many had speculated after Quentin Tarantino had announced his latest production, The Movie Critic, before turning 60. Who will it be then? We still don’t know, given that the director has been very mysterious about it and shooting will only start in the autumn when maybe we could get a little more information about the film’s mysterious protagonist figure.

The Movie Critic

Los Angeles, 1977. Films like Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind have just come out, and on this scenario Tarantino builds the story of The Movie Critic, his tenth and last film. A particularly flourishing historical moment for international cinema, in which directors of the caliber of Martin Scorsese, Dennis Hopper, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola slowly began to build their long (and solid) career. And on the other side of the screen, Quentin Tarantino was an avid spectator of the productions of these directors, even before he began to write his own story in cinema. A rather particular setting for the film by the director of Kill Bill, which this time we will see grappling with the story of one of Hollywood’s most particular film critics. Who? We don’t know yet.