Quentin Tarantino’s 75 Minute Interview with Howard Stern

Quentin Tarantino sat down this week for an interview that covered a lot of terrain — his strained his relationship with his father, his ninth-grade education and how it shapes his filmmaking, his path from working in a video rental store to writing scripts and eventually directing films, his approach to filming violence, his new Western film Django Unchained, his plans to retire before he gets old and lots moreThe interviewer? Yup, it’s Howard Stern on Sirius and the hearty chuckles you hear in the background belong to the Star Trek icon George Takei. Needless to say the interview enters some Not-Safe-for-Work territory.

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