quentin tarantino, roger avary
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Starting in the early 80's, Video Archives was a video rental store staffed by film fanatics that carried a diverse selection of films: Hollywood blockbusters, documentaries, foreign films (organized by country, unheard of at that time), cult films and porn.
Quentin Tarantino worked at this video store while he wrote Reservoir Dogs. Co-writer of Pulp Fiction and director of Killing Zoe, Roger Avary, also worked at the store.
The long, film-obsessed conversations of the Video Archives employees were reworked and expanded into dialogue of Tarantino's films.
In the early 90's, Video Archives moved two doors down to 1808 Sepulveda. By early 1994, Video Archives had shut down for good.