Tarantino: Girl 'wanted to have it'

Tarantino: Girl 'wanted to have it'

Tarantino: Girl 'wanted to have it'

Thurman, 47, in an interview with The New York Times published on Saturday, said she had an enormous fight with Tarantino after the auto crashed and accused him of trying to kill her. Director Quentin Tarantino is now disputing some of the details in the article. "The steering wheel was at my belly and my legs were jammed under me", she told Dowd. "She wanted to have it and dated the guy... look, she was down with this". I'm sure I wasn't in a rage and I wasn't livid.

The route was eventually changed because the sun was starting to set.

He did admit that the crash affected his relationship with Thurman, professionally and personally.

She said she was finally given footage of the crash by Tarantino this year after being denied it by Kill Bill producer Harvey Weinstein for 15 years.

Thurman agreed that Tarantino had done the "right thing" by taking responsibility and sharing the accident footage, according to her Instagram post.

Tarantino replied: "He didn't rape a 13-year-old". "They lied, destroyed evidence, and continue to lie about the permanent harm they caused and then chose to suppress". CAA never sent anyone to Mexico. i hope they look after other clients more respectfully if they in fact want to do the job for which they take money with any decency. But Thurman pointed out that it was not a regular road, it was sand, which also made driving hard.

Tarantino said he did the drive himself to test the road was safe but when Thurman did the shot she drove in the opposite direction. The director detailed the scene to Deadline after speaking on a similar shot involving Uma Thurman in Kill Bill.

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But just as he was making amends for that incident, the director was being excoriated on social media Tuesday for remarks he made in a 2003 interview with Howard Stern that resurfaced online, seemingly defending Roman Polanski for having sex with a 13-year-old girl, saying the victim "wanted to have it" and was "down to party" with Polanski.

Less noticed, next to these other pieces of news, was the fact that Tarantino's upcoming (STILL unnamed) film about the summer of 1969 would feature Roman Polanski as a major character.

Of his years of involvement with Weinstein, Tarantino said, "One of the things that has happened in this whole thing is there is a lot of staring in the mirror".

Stern then pressed Tarantino about it, saying he didn't understand how a man who pled guilty to unlawful sex with a minor could still be respected in Hollywood. That's not rape. To me, when you use the word rape, you're talking about violent, throwing them down.it's like one of the most violent crimes in the world. It's like throwing the word "racist" around. "It doesn't apply to everything people use it for", said Tarantino. "I've got big shoulders and I can handle it".

The footage of the on-set vehicle crash in Mexico - which was first published Saturday in the New York Times - has no audio, but clearly shows Thurman seriously injured after her speeding auto veers and crashes into a palm tree.

In the article, the director claims that he never got to tell The New York Times his side of the story so he was vilified.

"That was an issue of me asking the actress, can we do this to get a realistic effect", he told Deadline.

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