The growing Quentin Tarantino controversy, explained

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The growing Quentin Tarantino controversy, explained

Director of the film “Kill Bill: Volume 1,” Quentin Tarantino, left, and actress Uma Thurman arrive at the premiere of the film in Los Angeles in 2003. Tarantino has expressed sorrow for the car crash that injured Uma Thurman during shooting of “Kill Bill,” calling it the biggest regret of his life. He said he had test-driven the route himself and believed it to be safe, and persuaded Thurman she could drive it.

The growing Quentin Tarantino controversy, explained

Director of the film “Kill Bill: Volume 1,” Quentin Tarantino, left, and actress Uma Thurman arrive at the premiere of the film in Los Angeles in 2003. Tarantino has expressed sorrow for the car crash that injured Uma Thurman during shooting of “Kill Bill,” calling it the biggest regret of his life. He said he had test-driven the route himself and believed it to be safe, and persuaded Thurman she could drive it.
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