Motherfuckin’ Justice: The Final Images of Quentin Tarantino
The endings of Quentin Tarantino’s films express various layers of humor, hope, dark empathy, or deep introspection, each as a portrayal of one common thread: Justice. It is never total justice, but rather an unenviable justice that is earned at a heavy cost. The images above not only illustrate Tarantino’s mastery of simple resolutions for complex story lines, but they also prove the director’s belief in the power of the final image as a conclusive revelation that can live on beyond the film experience, providing a feeling of victory in our own lives. -MJ (TFI)
"As we neared the end of the 20th Century, the rich were richer, the poor poorer, and people everywhere now had a lot less lint thanks to the lint rollers made in my hometown. It was truly the dawn of a new era."
P.S.: this may be the final image, but it’s followed by some of the best credit cookies in cinema history.