09 May 2010

This is a "trunk shot"

And as the click-for-bigger-image shows, it is almost a trademark of a Tarantino film.
Possibly the earliest trunk shot can be noted in the 1948 movie... He Walked by Night when the police are inspecting the contents of a murder suspect's trunk. Another use of the shot is in 1967 film In Cold Blood (directed by Richard Brooks) after the two outlaws cross the borders to Mexico by a stolen car. The technique also has been used in the film Goodfellas in 1990 where the characters of Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, and Joe Pesci are opening the trunk of their car, ready to kill the man within...
Via Reddit.

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