It's our ICONOCLASTS show. Quentin Tarantino is in the red chair to talk about his latest movie, 'Django Unchained'. Cinematic success is nothing new for Quentin - ever since his first feature 'Reservoir Dogs', he's been inspiring other filmmakers with his killer dialogue and stylistic flourishes. Another talented director, Canadian Xavier Dolan, sits down to talk with George. Xavier showed his talents early in life: he directed the Cannes hit 'J'ai tue ma mere' ('I Killed My Mother') at the tender age of 19. But that wasn't even his first foray into show biz. He was a child actor in Quebec before he became a director. His latest film is called 'Laurence Anyways,' and it played at the Toronto International Film Festival.