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According to this page Slang term for one who snitches to the police, or is an undercover police officer themselves. Origin comes from the great size of rats living in and around reservoirs. Near the end of the movie the survivors come to a dramatic conclusion, one of them is a snitch or a cop. The title is actually a very good title, a reservoir is ...


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From reading the article that @Richard has linked in the comments, it is clear that there certainly is a subtext of a homoerotic nature between the two characters Mr. Orange and Mr. White. That's almost indisputable. However I never interpreted it that way when I watched it, I just assumed it was simply the building of a mutual respect, and a mentor/mentee ...


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From IMDb: What does the title mean? Tarantino doesn't typically answer this question directly, saying that he likes it when people come up with their own definitions for the phrase. He has called it "more of a mood title than anything else." One popular and oft-told story about the origin of the title is that former video store employee Tarantino ...


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Larry (Mr. White) shot Nice Guy Eddie. It's all a bit unclear and very quick (the frames above are from about 0.5 seconds), but thankfully Chris Penn (the guy who plays Nice Guy Eddie) explained it: "It was a mistake," Penn later explained. "What was supposed to happen - and I don't know if Quentin's gonna like me giving this away, but it's ...



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