Written by Quentin Tarantino, TRUE ROMANCE is a hip, hard-edged story of modern love – a fast-paced tale of romance surviving in a violent world.
Shy, lonely comic-book boffin Clarence (Slater) meets Alabama (Arquette), his dream girl, during a triple bill of old kung fu movies at a local cinema. After a whirlwind courtship, violence erupts and the couple find themselves on the run from police and gangsters alike. Firmly rooted in pop culture, the film bears many of the classic Tarantino hallmarks: razor-sharp dialogue, outbursts of visceral violence, and numerous cinematic references, in this case to BADLANDS and SOMETHING WILD among others.
Now on a digital print for the very first time, TRUE ROMANCE looks bigger, brasher, badder and more stylish than ever.