Quentin Tarantino followed up the huge success of Pulp Fiction with this ensemble piece, that showcases the directing talents of fellow indie favourites, Robert Rodriguez, Alexandre Rockwell, Allison Anders, not to mention a star turn by Qunetin himself. The premise is simple, one hotel, one bellboy (Tim Roth doing his best Michael Caine impressions) and one hell of a New Year's Eve. Each director takes a section of the film and Roth manically dashs from one 'screw-ball' scenario to another. From Madonna and her coven of witches, to Antonio Banderas' trouble making kids, through to the grand finale where Quentin and Bruce Willis are stretched to their acting threshholds as hotshot young director and movie superstar respectively. As a film it is limited, but as four examples of indie film making, tied to together by lunatic performance from Tim Roth it makes for enjoyable viewing. Steve Buscemi was originally cast as the bellboy, but due to his turn as a bellboy in Barton Fink he turned down the chance and allowed Roth to take centre stage. Horribly under rated this is one for the fans and those that enjoy bizarre movies with no apparent purpose or plot.