This work-up of Quentin Tarantino's movies of Weird & RARE, specifically from Jacob T. Swinney lined not just a couple of mating scenes together, but goes a step further, out of the work of Tarantino toward the things, who influenced him, or he at least rewarded. Three minutes allusive, Analogies and references to other films.

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There's a list of Tarantino's films and their references after the jump

Tarantino Films:

‚Reservoir Dogs‘ (1992)
‚Pulp Fiction‘ (1994)
‚Jackie Brown‘ (1997)
‚Kill Bill: flight. 1 (2003)
‚Kill Bill: flight. 2 (2004)
‚Death Proof‘ (2007)
‚Inglourious Basterds‘ (2009)
‚Django Unchained‘ (2012)

Referenced Films (in order of appearance):

‚City on Fire‘ (1987)
‚Django‘ (1966)
‚Band of Outsiders‘ (1964)
‚8 1/2′ (1963)
‚The Warriors‘ (1979)
Psycho‘ (1960)
‚Kiss Me Deadly‘ (1955)
‚The Flintstones‘ (1960-66)
‚Superchick‘ (1973)
‚The Graduate‘ (1967)
‚Citizen Kane‘ (1941)
‚Goke, Body Snatcher From Hell‘ (1968)
‚Lady Snowblood‘ (1973)
‚City of the Living Dead‘ (1980)
‚Black Sunday‘ (1977)
‚Game of Death‘ (1978)
‚Miller’s Crossing‘ (1990)
‚Death Rides a Horse‘ (1966)
‚Gone in 60 Seconds‘ (1974)
‚Samurai Fiction‘ (1998)
‚Blade Runner‘ (1982)
‚The Searchers‘ (1956)
‚Once Upon a Time in the West‘ (1968)
‚Five Fingers of Death‘ (1972)
‚The Good, the Bad and the Ugly‘ (1966)
‚Convoy‘ (1978)
‚The Bird With the Crystal Plumage‘ (1970)
‚Unforgiven‘ (1992)
‚The Searchers‘ (1956)
‚Metropolis‘ (1927)
‚Django‘ (1966)
‚Gone With the Wind‘ (1939)
‚The Great Silence‘ (1968)
‚A Professional Gun‘ (1968)