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True Romance

Cast

Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette, Michael Rapaport, Bronson Pinchot View All


Crew

Tony Scott (Director), Quentin Tarantino (Screenplay), Roger Avary (Screenplay) View All

Release: Sep. 9th, 1993
Runtime: 2 hours
Clarence marries hooker Alabama, steals cocaine from her pimp, and tries to sell it in Hollywood, while the owners of the coke try to reclaim it.
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12 True romance
hey all this is one of my fave films, it's got a great story, cast, everything , i love the fact that elvis helps him hehe, i was thining about getting the dvd, that has been released quite re...
1 Any Italian speaking on board? (Italian scenes from True Romance)
Can you please translate these 2 short Italian scenes from "True Romance": youtube.com/watch?v=NdD3-I6_FOg youtube.com/watch?v=PrdhVy50yTI...

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Cobpyth
The fight between Drexl and Clarence, the scene between Hopper's character and Walker's and ofcourse the fight between Gandolfini's character and Alabama.
Daniel M
The film has all the elements of a typical Tarantino film with the same fast-paced and enjoyable formula that we expect from the director, the film is filled with fantastic and memorable references, pop culture references and references to plenty of other films the Vietnam and Oscar awards conversation where Tarantino pays homage to some of his personal favourite films such as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and Rio Bravo.
Gideon58
Director Tony Scott, a proven artist with action scenes thanks to his work in films like Top Gun, Man on Fire, and Enemy of the State mounts some unprecedented cinematic gore here, which had to be enhanced with the presence of Tarantino on the set and you can't tell me he wasn't, because this film has Tarantino written over it...the whole look of it, the slimey characters, the unapologetic violence (the scene where Alabama gets beat up is very hard to watch), the improbable story detours...I kept having to remind myself that Tarantino didn't direct it as well.


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