Dec. 4 - Director Quentin Tarantino was left speechless over his Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit tribute. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: Friends and fans of Quentin Tarantino came out to support the director as he picked up an honor from the Museum of Modern Art Benefit in New York on Monday (December 3) night. On the red carpet the 49-year-old was left speechless by the recognition: "I think, "really, great, really, question mark, great, exclamation point." The Tennessee native made his first feature film, "Reservoir Dogs" in 1992. From there the unique director went on to release such classics as "Kill Bill" "Jackie Brown," and "Pulp Fiction." Studio head and producer of all of Tarantino's films, Harvey Weinstein called Tarantino the most brilliant story teller.
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