Will Quentin Tarantino Really Retire From Film After 'Once Upon A Time in Hollywood'?
Years ago, Quentin Tarantino promised that after ten films he would retire from filmmaking. The director vowed that after his set of ten films, he would stop, and “Once Upon A Time in Hollywood” is Tarantino’s ninth film. Will the creator of cult-fare really quit the craft? Chief film critics Owen Gleiberman and Peter Debruge debate the reality of a cinema world sans QT.
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