The director Quentin Tarantino’m not going to apologize to the American police unions that want to boycott his films.
– It is obvious what they are trying to do. Instead of dealing with the problem of police brutality, they try to keep me out. They are trying to scare me into silence and send a message to anyone who want to stand on my side of the question. I never said that all policemen are murderers, says Tarantino’s Los Angeles Times.
The film company The Weinstein Co. has also mincing no words, just over two weeks after Tarantino took part in a demonstration against police brutality in the United States.
– The Weinstein Co. has a long relationship and friendship with Quentin and we have tremendous respect for him as a filmmaker. We do not speak for him. He can and should be allowed to speak for itself, says a spokesperson for the film company to The Hollywood Reporter.
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