Quentin Tarantino hints for retirement to avoid “f * cking lousy”


Quentin Tarantino has made no secret of the fact that he believes he is in the final stages of his career, and the filmmaker has suggested on several occasions that he sees himself withdrawing from directing after achieving ten films.

With Once upon a time in Hollywood, Tarantino has now reached nine … and it looks like he’s considering some time to call time in his career instead of jeopardizing the “fucking miserable” last film.

“Most of the guys have terrible last movies,” Tarantino said Pure Cinema Podcast. “Their worst films are usually their last films. This is the case with most Golden Age directors who made their latest films in the late ’60s and’ 70s, and ultimately this was the case with most New Hollywood directors who made their last films late. 80- Chapter and 90s. “

“The fact is that Arthur Penn’s last film is Penn & Teller is killed is like a metaphor for how wrinkled most of New Hollywood directors ’latest and final films were,” he continued. “So to end your career a decent the film is rare. For example, stop it: good the film is kind of phenomenal. It is only rare. “I mean, most of the directors’ last movies are damn bad. It makes me think that maybe I shouldn’t make a new movie because I could be really, really happy dropping the microphone. Once upon a time in Hollywood. “

Tarantino is currently preparing to publish his novel Once upon a time in Hollywood June 29 and has suggested in the past that he plans to focus more on writing when he decides it’s time to call it a day as a director.


Once upon a time in Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio (Django chain), Brad Pitt (Disrespectful bastards), Margot Robbie (Me, Tonya), Timothy Olyphant (Santa Clarita diet), Al Pacino (Godfather), Damien Lewis (Billionaires), Tim Roth (Reservoir dogs), Dakota Fanning (Ocean 8), Luke Perry (Riverdale), Emile Hirsch (Jane Doe’s autopsy), James Marsden (Westworld), Clifton Collins Jr. (Westworld), Julia Butters (American housewife), Keith Jefferson (Angry eight), Nicholas Hammond (The sound of music), Scoot McNairy (Stop and catch), Michael Madsen (Reservoir dogs), Spencer Garrett (Magicians), Martin Kove (Cobra Kai), James Remar (Django chain), Brenda Vaccaro (Once is not enough), Nichole Galicia (Django chain), Bruce Dern (Angry eight), Mike Moh (People), Craig Stark (Angry eight), Marco Rodriguez (People), Ramon Franco (Duty round), Raul Cardona (Where the sky was born), Lena Dunham (Girls), Maya Hawke (Stranger Things), Austin Butler (Shannara’s Chronicles), Lorenza Izzo (Tap, tap), Rumer Willis (Empire), Dreama Walker (Gossip Girl), Margaret Qualley (Carcass), Costa Ronin (Americans), Victoria Pedretti (The anxiety of Hill House), Madisen Beaty (Master), Danny Strong (Billionaires), Sydney Sweeney (The story of a slave girl), Rafal Zawierucha (Agreement), Damon Herriman (Deserved) and Brandy, the winner of the Palm Dog Award.


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