Manage episode 238927378 series 1054030
We continue our journey through the Quentin Tarantino filmography with Jackie Brown, the 1997 crime thriller that is unlike anything QT has made before or since. It revitalized the careers of Pam Grier and Robert Forster, gave Robert De Niro one of his last truly great roles, and showed that Tarantino can write for women after all. It doesn't have the iconic aura of a Pulp Fiction or an Inglourious Basterds, but it's just as good. Join us and find out why.