Supercut: Tarantino's slow-motion

Thursday, April 7, 2016

In another one of Jacob T. Swinney's homages to Quentin Tarantino (previously), the video editor showcases the cinematic use of the cult filmmaker's use of slow-motion in his movies.
The films of Quentin Tarantino are some of the most stylish films ever made. Slow motion is just one of the many techniques jammed into Tarantino's overstuffed bag of tricks. Tarantino often employs slow motion when he wants us to really take in a tragic moment, forcing us to endure the tragedy slowly with more details. Other times, he uses slow motion to build energy and prolong intensity. And sometimes he uses it simply because it looks so cool. Here is a look at Tarantino's use of slow motion shots throughout his career.

Jacob T. Swinney
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