"Authors Jim Smith and D.K. Holm individually describe Tarantino’s personal style as an exhibit of his 'spurious intertextuality': his combining numerous references to films, television shows, songs, and novels. They loosely define Tarantino as a 'director as DJ' because this cut-and-paste, mix-and-match directional style is similar to that of a music DJ, who borrows sounds from older songs and combines them to create a new song through a process called 'sampling'."
Rennett, Michael. “Quentin Tarantino and the Director as DJ.” The Journal of Popular Culture 45.2 (2012): 391-392. Print.
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