BY MICHELLE MEDFORD
THE DL: A re-writing of history set in Nazi-occupied France, where our “inglourious basterds” plan to take Hitler and his men down.
RESIDENT BAMF: The Bear Jew (aka Sergeant Donny Donowitz). Obviously. With his near-mythical entrance and his absolutely glorious final scene, it could be no other.
WHAT A QT! (CLASSIC QUENTIN MOMENT):The bar scene. Carefully-worded dialogue, slowly building the tension until it bursts into wild and bloody gunfire.
PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC: “Putting Out the Fire” by David Bowie, which plays as Shosanna gets dressed up for her big night of revenge. It’s the one song that really sticks out in the film, which has an amazing, mostly instrumental soundtrack comprised of songs from other films. This one’s from the Cat People remake.
I love rumours! Facts can be so misleading, where rumours, true or false, are often revealing.