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Rome, Film Festival. Crowd for Tarantino: “Kill Bill III? I don’t rule it out “

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Quentin Tarantino at the 2021 Rome Film Fest

Rome, 19 October 2021 – It’s Quentin Tarantino’s day at the Rome Film Festival. For the occasion, meeting with the public at 19 and the Lifetime Achievement Award. The hypothesis of turning Kill Bill III? “I don’t know what the next film I will make will be, maybe the one you suggested, Kill Bill III, I don’t rule it out.” So Tarantino answered a question during a press conference at the Auditorium where the director will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award, which will be delivered by Dario Argento.

I “I wanted to have a child towards the end of my career, that’s why I didn’t have one before. Now all my priorities have changed a bit,” said the director. Always passionate about Italian cinema, voracious devourer of films of all kinds, author of great works, from “Hyenas“, a ” Kill Bill“, gives “Pulp fiction” a “Inglourious Basterds“, he is much loved by his audience, but among the critics he had many detractors. The American director dwelt at length on the need to express himself without being influenced by criticism.” You must have the ability to accept that some people will not like the your movie. – he said – If the film becomes a topic of conversation, it expresses the spirit of the time, that’s fine: some will never like it but you don’t have to take it. Pulp fiction has been the subject of great discussions and that’s okay, it means that it has animated a debate. “When asked which film or which person he would like to cancel, he answered very clearly:” The birth of a nation “by David Griffith, the silent film of 1915. “Not only is it a racist film, but it led to the rebirth of the Ku Klux Klan – said Tarantino – Griffith had been in the dock in Nuremberg, according to the principles of the trials that have had other defendants, he would surely have been guilty. I don’t want to kill anyone but there are people who if they weren’t born it would have been better. ” And speaking of his film that “re-read” the history of Nazism, “Inglourious Basterds”, he said: “I didn’t decide a priori to rewrite history, I didn’t have this intention, but by writing I put myself in a trap. and to get out of it I decided to kill Hitler “.

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Tarantino has just published his first novel, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, based on his latest film. “I grew up reading books that were based on films, in the seventies and eighties. – he explained – At a certain point I thought of doing it with one of my films, and this is always linked to the discourse` high art and low art`: this it’s definitely the lowest form of literature, but I had a lot of material about the characters in this film, which I didn’t include, and it felt like the right choice. ” Tarantino called this book “a novel that expands my film but also a novel about Hollywood”.

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