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by: GATW Guest Writer
May 25th, 2009

As you all know now, Quentin Tarantino's "masterpiece" has been screened in front of audiences at the Cannes Film Festival. Tarantino hauled through post-production in order to get the finished product together for the festival. The finished product ended up being 2 hours and 27 minutes long, under his contractual limit by a mere 21 minutes. Now that the festival screenings have passed, Tarantino is now having second thoughts about the film and its length. Supposedly, Tarantino is heading back into the editing room in order to add another scene to the movie. Some might warn against this considering some people's response to the already wordy film, but no one really knows what this scene might contain. Who knows, it might be 20 minutes of solid Nazi ass-whipping. Overall, word is that the real reason another scene might be added is because "Quentin hopes to fine-tune the movie with these edits by making a more cohesive and 'finished' picture, after having rushed in order to make it to Cannes."   A longer running time for this film would only make me happier, for that would give me all the longer to enjoy what I am sure will be a QT masterpiece.

Soource: Cinemablend

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