Quentin Tarantino Bugs Out At Interviewer When Asked About Movie Violence

Quentin Tarantino Bugs Out At Interviewer When Asked About Movie Violence
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Quentin Tarantino has just been interviewed by Krishan Guru-Murthy in regards to his latest film “Django Unchained”.

While for most of the interview Tarantino was able to keep his cool, he lost it once Guru-Murthy started insinuating that his films were violent and caused people to act violently.

Very interesting, and funny, clip. Watch it.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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