Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Director: Quentin Tarantino
After a simple jewelry heist goes terribly wrong, the surviving criminals begin to suspect that one of them is a police informant.
Note: as with some films, it plays out-of chronological order.
- Kirk Baltz (Officer Marvin Nash)
- Lawrence Bender (Young Cop)
- Edward Bunker (Mr. Blue)
- Steve Buscemi (Mr. Pink) [Possible]
- Tony Cosmo (Sheriff #3)
- Harvey Keitel (Mr. White / Lawrence Dimmick)
- Michael Madsen (Mr. Blonde / Vic Vega)
- Chris Penn (Nice Guy Eddie Cabot)
- Stevo Polyi (Sheriff #4)
- Tim Roth (Mr. Orange / Det. Freddie Newandyke)
- Robert Ruth (Shot Cop)
- Jeff Shea (Chase Cop)
- David Steen (Sheriff #2)
- Quentin Tarantino (Mr. Brown)
- Lawrence Tierney (Joe Cabot)
- Rich Turner (Sheriff #1)
- Suzanne Celeste (Shot Woman)
- Filmed in thirty-five days
- Madonna, who is the main topic of the opening conversation, really liked the film, but refuted Quentin Tarantino's interpretation of her song "Like a Virgin". She gave him a copy of her "Erotica" album, signed, "To Quentin. It's not about dick, it's about love. Madonna."
- Tim Roth refused to read for the film. He did insist on going out drinking with Quentin Tarantino and Harvey Keitel. He agreed to read for them when they were all drunk.
- At several points, Tim Roth had lain in the pool of fake blood for so long, that the blood dried out, and he had to be peeled off the floor, which took several minutes.
- The film's budget was so low, that many of the actors simply used their own clothing as wardrobe; most notably Chris Penn's track jacket. The signature black suits were provided for free by the designer, based on her love for the American crime film genre. Steve Buscemi wore his own black jeans instead of suit pants.
- Music sensation Pink has stated that her name derives from this film.
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