Quentin Tarantino has announced his next film project and this is being touted as his final film. The name of the project is given Film critiche will direct from a script he wrote and begin filming in the fall.

The story takes place in Los Angeles in the late 1970s and revolves around a female protagonist. There are no official story details to share, though THR has an idea of ​​what it might be about.

The story may be about Pauline Kael, “one of the most influential film critics of all time,” the report said. Kael, who died in 2001, was not only a critic but also an essayist and writer. “He was known for his fights with directors as well as directors with editors.”

In the late 1970s, the report says, “Kael had a very brief stint as a consultant at Paramount, a position he accepted at the behest of actor Warren Beatty. The timing at Paramount seems to coincide with the script – and the director is known to have a deep respect for Kael, making it more likely that he will be the subject of the film.”

Although this has not been confirmed, this may be what the story is based on. If so, that would make sense, and if not, I’m sure we’ll find out soon enough.

The film has yet to be set in a studio, it may go to studios or buyers as early as this week. Sony Pictures is the lead and they previously distributed Tarantino Once upon a time in Hollywood.

Tarantino has said for years that he would retire from making movies after his tenth film, and it looks like the time has come. That doesn’t mean he won’t stop making TV shows and books, but he may say goodbye to making movies.

Tarantino previously told Playboy in 2012, “I want to stop at a certain point. Filmmakers don’t get better with age. Usually the worst films in their filmography are the last four films. I talk about my filmography and one bad movie is three good movies. I don’t want a bad comedy in my filmography that makes people think, “Oh man, he still thinks it’s 20 years ago.” It’s not pretty when the directors are out of date.”

SHE IS also said: “I plan to stop at 10 o’clock… Even at 75 years old, if I were to tell my other story, it would still be a job because it would be 10 people. But what he did when he was an old man was to exist entirely on his own in a nursing home, never to be put on the same shelf next to 10 other shelves. another 10.”

So what do you think about Tarantino’s retirement from directing? Film critic?