Quentin Tarantino responds to Uma Thurman's unsafe stunt claim

Tarantino 'regrets' car-driving scene that left Uma Thurman hurt

Again, that is one of the biggest regrets of my life.

The incident involving Thurman became public on Saturday, in a New York Times column in which the actress, while also making sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein, recounted Tarantino's persuading her to drive a vehicle on the Mexico set that she had been warned might be faulty.

This content is restricted to site members. "This is a straight shot... no hidden S-curves". An irritated Tarantino convinced her to do it, she said, and she crashed into a tree, suffering what she said was permanent neck damage, a concussion and damage to her knees. Behind the scenes, Thurman told the Times' Maureen Dowd that she wasn't comfortable driving the auto after a teamster told her there might be problems with the vehicle because its transmission had been reconfigured. And no, Tarantino didn't need to do it himself, as Salvano says there are "squibs" available for production, which are basically a plastic tube with an air pump at the end to send the liquid inside flying out of the tube to simulate the spit action.

Kruger took to Instagram to defend the director. "It's a straight piece of road, '" Thurman told Dowd, adding that the director told her to "'Hit 40 miles per hour or your hair won't blow the right way and I'll make you do it again.' But that was a deathbox that I was in. "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". I know exactly what I need and I think I should just do it.' I have to say it was very odd being strangled by the director.

Nearly 15 years after the incident happened, Thurman was given the footage of the accident by Tarantino. "I have to say it was very odd being strangled by the director". We expected her to talk about Harvey Weinstein, and she did: Thurman's allegations that the disgraced producer put on his infamous bathrobe and lured her into a steam room while discussing a script, then later assaulted her in a hotel room, reinforced Weinstein's status as an emblem of predators who abuse their status and power. A grip? ... So I asked Uma.

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"We had a big dinner in the Soho House in NY and there we dealt with all the auto stuff, and all the resentments she had toward me. She never meant this to roll over onto me", he told Deadline.

Bender also claimed that did not attempted to cover up the accident.

"She wanted to have it and dated the guy", Tarantino says in the audio interview. I've got to kind of commit to doing this to you... Not forever, not for a long time.

"We're both one of the closest people in each other's lives". The things she felt I could have done better in protecting her in that movie.


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