Quentin Tarantino fans can always expect his films to be gore and violent, but almost never, they will feature sex or nudity.
This was a deliberate choice, the talented director said in a recent interview, explaining that it has never been “essential” to his stories.
“Sex is not in my vision of cinema,” Tarantino told the Spanish-language Catalan newspaper newspaper ARA.
“And the truth is, in real life, filming sex scenes is difficult, everyone is very nervous,” he continued. “And if it had a bit of a problem doing it before, it’s even more so now.”
He said if there was ever a sex scene it was “essential to the story, I would have, but so far not necessary”.
Save for the rare sex scene in his little-known crime drama Brown Jackie (1997) – which he agrees is “unromantic and provocative” to the point of being “funny” – this talented director’s cult classic is better known for its portrayal of gruesome murders and bloody beheadings.
Elsewhere in the interview, Tarantino called a film’s box office performance “a shock to my confidence”.
Last month, it was rumored that Tarantino was expected to announce his final film.
Citation source, Hollywood Reporter revealed that kill bill The director wrote a script titled Film Critics and is preparing to start production this fall.
It is said to be set in late 1970s Los Angeles with a female protagonist at the center.
CHEAP indicates that the subject of the film is most likely Pauline Kael, the deceased New Yorkers Film critic who wrote for the magazine from 1968 to 1991.
In 2021, Pulp novels The director emphasized that he would retire after his next film.