Quentin Rocks!

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DJ Devuz Data came across a cool set for the Tarantino blog-entry. Thanks a lot! Devuz!

We all love Quentin Tarantiono’s movies! Don’t we?

Joelle B.

Once more Joelle made  an excellent choice. After her indie and 80’s top-lists she comes up with this list of Quentin Tarantiono’s movie-themes. Thank you Joelle for your support. And for all those who don’t know it yet, Joelle is going to make many interviews for MyTree.TV –  The first interview is coming soon! Stay tuned & try to keep it green!

It has to be mentioned that MyTree.TV is completly against any form of violence ! However, some of the clips contain violent scenes but they where choosen because of the music.

Please also watch “Jim Fallon: Exploring the mind of a killer” and “Stefan Wolff: The path to ending ethnic conflicts” at the end of this blog-entry and have a peaceful day!



reservoir dogs /coconut

kill bill / theme song

pulp fiction/theme song

from dusk till down/theme song

jackie brown/lonetime woman

Quentin Tarantino – A Life in Pictures

The Tarantino Mixtape

Quentin Tarantino must be a big fan of HAPPY TREE FRIENDS – What do you think?


Jim Fallon: Exploring the mind of a killer

Psychopathic killers are the basis for some must-watch TV, but what really makes them tick? Neuroscientist Jim Fallon talks about brain scans and genetic analysis that may uncover the rotten wiring in the nature (and nurture) of murderers. In a too-strange-for-fiction twist, he shares a fascinating family history that makes his work chillingly personal.

About Jim Fallon

Sloan Scholar, Fulbright Fellow, Professor Emeritus of Neuroscience, Jim Fallon looks at the way nature and nurture intermingle to wire up the human brain.


Stefan Wolff: The path to ending ethnic conflicts


Civil wars and ethnic conflicts have brought the world incredible suffering, but Stefan Wolff’s figures show that, in the last 20 years, their number has steadily decreased. He extracts critical lessons from Northern Ireland, Liberia, Timor and more to show that leadership, diplomacy and institutional design are our three most effective weapons in waging peace.

About Stefan Wolff

Stefan Wolff studies contemporary conflicts, focusing on the prevention and settlement of ethnic conflicts and in postconflict reconstruction in deeply divided and war-torn societies.

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