We take a deep dive into all the ways Quentin Tarantino's latest movie is a tribute to film, filmmaking, and filmmakers. We avoid spoilers and even touch on how it touched more than a few nerves. 

Even if you have yet to see the movie, there is a lot to digest in here including the use of film, custom lenses, and the nature of the business today versus way back when. 

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by Charles Haine and edited by Jeffrey Reeser