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Quentin Tarantino is sitting on his couch making a list of action sequences. “What’s so great about those sequences,” he explains, “is that you forget you’re watching a movie. You’re just, like, ‘Wow.’ ” Tarantino concentrates a second.

He is tall and rumpled and handsome in an appealing, big dog sort of way, and he bends over the pad of paper like he’s taking a final exam. He’s all enthused about the idea of making this list of the best action sequences of all time, and he’s writing furiously, visualizing gunfights and car chases and guys with their heads bashed in. He likes this task because it is about movies, and not only does Tarantino arguably know more about movies than any other person on the planet, but his interest goes beyond mere knowledge: Tarantino has the zeal of a true believer. Lists of action sequences, lists of best first-kiss scenes, lists of favorite movies. (In fact, this exchange appears only in the shooting script; it was cut from the final film.) In Tarantino’s movie universe, things veer off in extreme directions.

If prompted, Tarantino will launch into soliloquies on topics ranging from the brilliance of five times at the movie theater and it only played for a fucking week, all right? My theory is that when it comes to important subjects, there’s only two ways a person can answer. Tarantino’s is a cool, cold movie world, so it’s a (pleasant) surprise when he doesn’t turn out to be a hepcat in a black suit and shades.

For instance, there’s two kinds of people in the world, Elvis people and Beatles people. Sitting on the set of he is dressed in baggy corduroys, a T-shirt, and a scruffy suede baseball jacket.

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A Los Angeles PI is hired by a troubled horror writer to investigate his girlfriend’s death and becomes ensnared in a conspiracy involving an exclusive Hollywood club of masked members who like to play deadly games.

A-list actors are being courted for prime roles in the conceit, which will largely cover the most famous killings ordered by the cult leader: the murders of Sharon Tate, celebrity hairstylist Jay Sebring, coffee heiress Abigail Folger and her love Wojciech Frykowski.

The crime occurred at the home of Tate’s husband Roman Polanski, nestled in Los Angeles’ Benedict Canyon on Cielo Drive.

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