If you haven't already noticed, today is Quentin Tarantino Day on Cinematical! This is the third time we've written about him -- first because of a scuffle in Park City, then a review of Hell Ride -- and now I bring you this pretty cool short film from Brazil called Tarantino's Mind. It's trippy, and there's tons of little nuggets of info in it, but basically the entire film follows two guys having a Tarantino-inspired conversation in a diner. It runs just over 10 minutes, and you'll need to put your reading glasses on, but it's damn good if I should say so myself.
One of the guys -- a Tarantino fanatic -- has just finished a thesis on the director, and he goes through each of his films pointing out similarities from other films. It's his belief that Tarantino created only one screenplay that "the geek divided into several parts." My favorite moment comes when he presents his theory on the briefcase from Pulp Fiction. Makes a lot of sense, and I can't believe I hadn't thought of that before. Anyway, take a break from whatever you're doing, clock out for ten minutes and check out this short. However, while it's in a foreign language, be aware that foul language is used and those words are displayed on the bottom of the screen. Enjoy!