Quentin Tarantino Says He Would Love To Shoot A Movie In Italy At Rome’s Cinecitta Studios

Quentin Tarantino Says He Would Love To Shoot A Movie In Italy At Rome’s Cinecitta Studios
Quentin Tarantino was at the Rome Film Festival last night to receive a lifetime achievement award from the festival and Italian horror legend Dario Argento.

During a wide-ranging on-stage talk about his career with fest head Antonio Monda, Tarantino discussed his influences, behind-the-scenes anecdotes from his movies and his appreciation for Italian cinema.

At one point, Tarantino was asked whether he would consider making a movie in Italy, specifically at Rome’s famous Cinecitta Studios, site of classic movies including Ben-Hur, Cleopatra, La Dolce Vita and more recently, The English Patient.

The American filmmaker responded enthusiastically: “I would love that. I know my wife would love that. That would be special and wonderful, especially to shoot at Cinecitta. I need to come up with the right story.”

About Italian films of the 70s and 80s, the Pulp Fiction and Django director said: “I was lucky enough to come of age in the 70s.
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