With Quinten Tarantino’s newest journey into the world of “instant cult classics” making it’s way to Cannes and getting some mixed reviews, the promotions machine for Basterds is kicking it into high gear. Their brand new website (with a very catchy background theme) went live earlier this week, and now three clips of the film have hit the net.
The first is a dialog between Colonel Hans Landa and Frederick Zoller (Christopher Waltz and Dan Brhl, respectively) in which Landa discusses his feeling on members of the Jewish faith.
Next is a scene includes star Brad Pitt and his titular ‘Basterds’, in which they interrogate a German local for information. Best part of this scene? We get another one of Pitt’s “Killin’ Nat-zee” lines.
The final scene is a conversation between Lt. Aldo Raine (Pitt) and the film’s lead female, Bridget von Hammersmark (played by Diane Kruger).
Tarantino’s ‘Basterds’ hits the big screen August 21 of this year.