A shoe-string budget, a bunch of sharp suits, and a jaunty soundtrack was all Quentin Tarantino needed to revolutionise filmmaking back in 1992. His feature-length debut Reservoir Dogs made a permanent mark on pop culture that year and instantly established the former video store clerk as cinema’s new king of cool.

Most acclaimed directors gain the world’s attention gradually, quietly churning out indie gold before landing a big break, but not Tarantino. The auteur’s maiden theatrical offering exploded him into the mainstream, shocking the Sundance and Cannes festivals to their core and courting acclaim and controversy at every turn from there.

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