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Hannah Miller Carden 4/27/10 Enc1102 Garriga Inglorious Bastards When walking into a movie theatre the immediate and overwhelming smell of butter filled popcorn emerges. Walking into the theatre there are very few decisions that need to be made. There are no intense thought provoking dilemmas that confront you. Generally a movie experience involves grabbing a warm sweatshirt and preparing yourself to do nothing for the next two hours. Unless the view takes a special interest in the film that they are watching, and does an extreme amount of research, they will never no what type of strenuous work went into the creation along with the plentiful dilemmas that the writer faced. It has been said that practice makes perfect, and the fact that Quentin Tarantino spent nearly a decade composing the script of Ingloirous Basters is testament to that. Tarantino spent such a long amount of time writing the film because he simply thought felt there was more to the story. As he wrote the plot kept growing and growing.
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