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Man recreates ‘Reservoir Dogs’ script using Twitter

'Reservoir Dogs'
'Reservoir Dogs'
Miramax Films

An Argentinian advertising executive has taken Quentin Tarantino’s debut film, “Reservoir Dogs,” and retold it using Twitter, according to a Jan. 2 post from the Miramax website.

Jorge Zacher created a Twitter account for the film, as well as accounts for each character. If it was part of the exterior or interior scene, it was tweeted on the main account. If it was a quote from one of the characters, a separate account was created and Zacher retweeted what the person said. The whole thing totals to 1,125 tweets.

In order for this to be done correctly, Zacher would have had to start from the end of the script. Some tweets from the characters, and the main page, are posted at different dates. However, when someone visits the main page to read what has been posted and retweeted, the timeline syncs perfectly with the screenplay.

Tarantino wrote, directed, and acted in the 1992 film, which also stars Harvey Keitel, Michael Madsen, Tim Roth, Steve Buscemi, and the late Chris Penn. You can see Zacher’s work here.