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Quentin Tarantino’s first film, “My Best Friend’s Birthday”

My Best Friend’s Birthday is the first film directed by Quentin Tarantino. Shot in 1984 for $5000, the rough cut was 70 minutes long before a fire at the processing lab destroyed all but 36 minutes of the film. It’s never been officially released.

Co-written with Craig Hamaan and photographed by Roger Avery, My Best Friend’s Birthday stars a motley collection of Tarantino’s video store co-workers and friends from acting class.

Also, apparently Tarantino’s had the exact same receding hairline for forever.

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    So apparently QT has always been this mouthy. Shocker.
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    OMG! I love Quentin.
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    Reblogged so I remember to watch it.

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