Bret Easton Ellis Interviews Tarantino

Bret Easton Ellis write up an interview with Quentin Tarantino for the NY Times Magazine.

As hugely influential as his earlier movies were, it’s impossible now to imagine an earnest 20-something millennial dreaming up a film as perverse and lurid as “Pulp Fiction” or “Reservoir Dogs” or anything else he’s made. In an era obsessed with “triggering” and “micro-aggressions” and the policing of language, the Tarantino oeuvre is relentlessly un-PC: His movies are impolite, rude, irresponsible and somewhat cold.