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On Wed, 30 Jun 1993 09:42:19 EDT Blaine Allan said:
>This isn't much of an answer, but I remember reading an interview with
>Quentin Tarantino in which he indicated that Reservoir Dogs is what he
>called the gang of thieves.  When pressed about the meaning of the term,
>which he allowed was nowhere to be found in the film, he admitted that
>it was an in-joke, but refused to provide an explanation or elaborate.
 
The story I heard (from a grad student of mine) is that Tarantino used
to work at a video store and that one of his favorite films was
AU REVOIR LES ENFANTS, but he had trouble remembering the title and
used to recommend it to patrons as "that reservoir movie."
 
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