I could look past the stupid little mistakes about the US
where it is
set (and they could have been corrected so easily--saying the film might
be boycotted in the South, not banned, for instance); I'm sure the
English have to put up with far more glaring errors when US writers
write about them. The main problem is what Andy pointed out, the
two-dimensional characters, everyone was a parody, set up as an
embodiment of a point of view with no depth. I mean Tarantino himself
would give you a more complex interpretation of the subject than his
cardboard cut-out in this play, that is, just before punching you out
for questioning his vision. (Don't get me wrong, I love QT's films, I
just had to stop reading and/or listening to his interviews.)
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