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INGLORIOUS BASTERDS

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"Once upon a time in Nazi occupied Germany…” "It's obviously not a documentary,” says Diane Kruger. "The film is about a group of rebels who decide they want pay back. I love it.” 

Roth adds some adrenaline. "It's like a Quentin Tarantino movie on steroids and speed. It's a movie that takes place in WWII, but this is not a WWII movie. This is a fast, exciting, tense, with all the thrills, all the tension, all the shoot-out, all the violence you'd expect from a Tarantino film but with a subject matter like you've never seen it before.”

It is a revenge movie about both revenge and the movies. B.J. Novak says, "all of Quentin's films have always been romantic to me. This one especially. It's his most romantic story because it's about cinema saving the world. It's about a very romantic idea. Romantic and brilliant.”

Quentin Tarantino's favorite aspect of the film? Naturally: "I like that it's the power of the cinema that fights the Nazis,” he says. "But not just as a metaphor, as a literal reality.”

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