Quentin Tarantino, the famous film director known for his violent and provocative films, also has his limits. Tarantino, who has produced films like Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds, admitted in an interview that he can’t stand all forms of violence.
Quentin Tarantino is known for his strong style and opinions. The director also has a clear vision when it comes to the film. In an interview with a news outlet diverse He tells the director that he can never tolerate animal violence in films.
In his words, Tarantino is the same “Raised with the idea that people can tolerate violence in movies if it is contextualized”. However, the animal suffering goes too far for the director. “I have a thing about animal violence in movies. This is a road I don’t want to go down.”Tarantino said.
“Violence in movies is all fake. That’s why I love violent movie scenes, we all pretend”. According to the director, the suffering of animals in the films is also not fair to the animals. They don’t understand our films either.
Although Tarantino seems to be drawing a line now, the director is known for his extremely violent body of work. For example, Tarantino was to play a piece of Kill Bill: Vol. 1 in black and white, to avoid a US NC-17 rating because otherwise the movie would be very bloody.
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