he sure is hip.

I'm 19 and study music production at university. I also like to call myself a music producer and drummer, a rather un-established one nonetheless.

Background Illustrations provided by: http://edison.rutgers.edu/
Reblogged from tarantinoooo  4,560 notes
artvevo:

Talking to Quentin Tarantino about the lengths he goes for realism in his films, and if he really did strangle Diane Kruger in Inglorious Basterds, he says “Yes. Whenever you see a close up of someone being strangled in a film, it looks fake and I don’t buy it. So I said to her, ‘I want to do this, I’m going to be the hands and I am going to strangle you. I’m going to cut off your air and see the reaction on your face and then we’ll cut - I’ll only do it once’ She was okay with it, she trusted me, and we got a really good thing - it was real.”

artvevo:

Talking to Quentin Tarantino about the lengths he goes for realism in his films, and if he really did strangle Diane Kruger in Inglorious Basterds, he says “Yes. Whenever you see a close up of someone being strangled in a film, it looks fake and I don’t buy it. So I said to her, ‘I want to do this, I’m going to be the hands and I am going to strangle you. I’m going to cut off your air and see the reaction on your face and then we’ll cut - I’ll only do it once’ She was okay with it, she trusted me, and we got a really good thing - it was real.”

Reblogged from heisenbergsmethlab  298 notes

villa-kulla:

Gilligan is, to say the least, known for his attention to detail – or as one crew member puts it, with fondness, he’s a “complete and total control freak.” Everyone tends to cite the example of the toenail polish Skyler wore in a season-three scene where she consummates an affair with her ill-fated boss, Ted – we see her feet in a close-up on the heated floors of his bathroom. Gilligan spent at least half an hour pondering the color – Anna Gunn, who plays Skyler, thinks it may have taken considerably longer. “If my toes were vixen red, as opposed to a more hesitant pink, that would mean something different,” she says. “He knew exactly what he wanted those toes to say, and at first you’re like, ‘Wow, that is really detailed.’ But, you know, I get it.” - Rolling Stone