Quentin Tarantino is opening up about Reservoir Dogs, 25 years after is premiere.
The 54-year-old director and actor screened the film as part of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival on Friday (April 28) in New York City.
During a panel after the screening, Quentin spilled about the film’s premiere at Sundance Film Festival.
“It was kind of a disaster. They didn’t have a scope lens for the projector, but I let them show it anyway because I didn’t know you couldn’t, so it looked like caca. Then when it got to the final climax, the lights came up, but then someone realized and shut the lights. Then at the height of it all, when everyone is pointing their guns at each other, the power went out. It was a f**king disaster,” Quentin explained.