Watch the Only Remaining Video From Quentin Tarantino's Directorial (and Acting) Debut
Back in the late 80's (as so many good stories start), Quentin Tarantino made a 70-minute film called My Best Friend's Birthday while still shocking shelves at a Manhattan Beach video shop. As legend has it (as so many other good stories start), a fire destroyed half of the black and white picture -- in which Tarantino played a disc jockey named Clarence who tries to do a few nice things for his buddy's birthday -- leaving just 36 minutes of the Pulp Fiction director's first feature. And now, for what it's worth, you can watch the entire project after the jump.
Incentive: Whoever identifies the the most Tarantino-isms in the comments section below wins a royale with cheese.