Quentin Tarantino films and Trunk shots. What do they mean? Well, most likely, nothing. They are just used often, that's it. Here are three examples:
From Dusk Till Dawn
Any film you can see will have shots similar to other directors.
Are you gonna tell me that if one director dollies a shot a certain way
that no one else can use that dolly?!?! Hell no. If a director sees a shot
he likes in another film, and he feels that it will work in his film, he
has every right in the world to use that shot. It is a generally accepted
practice in film. If you accuse a director of stealing, every time he uses
a shot that has been used before, then you should be accusing EVERY SINGLE
director who has ever directed a film! Deal with it. I'm sure that Martin
Scorsese doesn't care, why should you?
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