Actor Tim Roth, who starred in both of Quentin Tarantino’s first two major films, “Reservoir Dogs” and “Pulp Fiction”, now is part of the director’s latest “Hateful Eight”.
The upcoming film sees Roth work with the director for the first time in over two decades, reported Contactmusic.
“Well, the first one’s special (Reservoir Dogs), because it was his ‘first day at the races’. I’d always felt that he’d made a lot of films but he hadn’t gotten to physically make them yet,” Roth said referring to Tarantino’s work as a scriptwriter.
“He came at it with a very practised eye and incredible enthusiasm, and now I feel that the man is the same but the knowledge he’s absorbed (and he’s a sponge on that stuff) is vast. So he now has the equipment and the toys to play with and he’s honed it.
“But at the beginning it was rough and ready, and we knocked it out in five weeks. But this was five months.”