Quentin Tarantino defends his use of the N-word in his movies

Quentin Tarantino defends his use of the N word in his films: “If you have a problem with my movies, then they are not the movies to go see”

Quentin Tarantino is defending his controversial use of the N word in his movies in a new interview.

The 59-year-old filmmaker was a guest on the HBO Max series Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace, when Chris Wallace asked him about controversial aspects of his movies.

Wallace asked: ‘You talk about being the conductor and the audience about being the orchestra. So when people say, “Well, there’s too much violence in your movies. You use the N-word too often.” What do you say?’ Tarantino replied: “You should see something else.”

Defending: Defending: Quentin Tarantino is defending his controversial use of the N-word in his movies in a new interview

Defending: Defending: Quentin Tarantino is defending his controversial use of the N-word in his movies in a new interview

‘Then see something else. If you have a problem with my movies, then they are not the movies to go see. Apparently I’m not making them for you,’ Tarantino said.

One of the director’s longtime collaborators, Samuel L. Jackson, defending Tarantino’s writing in a 2019 interview with Don.

‘They’re some bulls**t. You can’t just tell a writer that he can’t speak, write the words, put the words in the mouths of people of their ethnicities, the way they use their words,” Jackson said.

Sam Defends: One of the director’s longtime collaborators, Samuel L. Jackson (seen above with John Travolta in 1994’s Pulp Fiction), defending Tarantino’s writing in a 2019 interview with Esquire

‘You can’t do that, because then it becomes a lie; It’s not honest. It’s just not honest,” she added.

Tarantino’s Django Unchained star Jamie Foxx also had no problem with the N-word, which was said more than 100 times in the script.

‘I understood the text. The N-word was said 100 times, but I understood the text, that’s the way it was at the time,” Foxx said. yahoo! in 2018.

No problem: Tarantino’s Django Unchained star Jamie Foxx also had no problem with the N-word, which was said more than 100 times in the script.

Tarantino has been doing press for his new book Cinema Speculation, a collection of essays focusing on “key 1970s American movies” he watched as a child.

He also confirmed during an interview with CNN that his upcoming 10th film, which has yet to be announced, would be his last.

I have been doing it for a long time. I’ve been doing it for 30 years. And it’s time to end the show. I am an entertainer. I want to leave you wanting more,’ Quentin said.

Press: Tarantino has been doing press for his new book Cinema Speculation, a collection of essays focusing on “key 1970s American movies” he watched as a child.

“I don’t want to become this old man who’s out of the loop…I already feel a bit like an old man out of the loop when it comes to the current movies coming out right now. And that’s what happens. That is exactly what happens,” he added.

While he has long said he would “retire” after 10 movies, there’s no indication if he still has a final project in mind.

I’m also not in a big hurry to make my last film. So I have my book, I’m doing some other stuff and then I’ll figure out what the next movie is going to be,” Tarantino joked.

Out of Touch: ‘I don’t want to become this old man who’s out of touch…I already feel a bit like an old man out of touch when it comes to the current movies coming out right now. And that’s what happens. That’s exactly what happens,’ he added.