Uma Thurman opens up on Kill Bill crash

Emmett Rice
February 7, 2018

It was just driving. However, the Oscar victor defended that he never considered Uma driving the vehicle a stunt, which is why he "rolled [his] eyes and was irritated" with Thurman's fear.

He continues, "I was the one on the other end of the chain and we kind of only did it for the close ups". "Far from me being mad, livid and angry, I was all...smiley".

Unfortunately, the drive was altered at the last minute and, even though Tarantino had tested the road himself, they made a decision to have Thurman drive the other way.

Stern: Wait a minute. "I would never react to her this way".

"I am guilty, for putting her in that auto, but not the way that people are saying I am guilty of it..." And it wasn't. I was wrong.

The recording of the crash, which Tarantino gave to Thurman, demonstrates the on-screen character colliding with a palm tree.

"Watching her fight for the wheel.remembering me hammering about how it was safe and she could do it. Emphasising that it was a straight road, a straight road. the fact that she believe me, and I literally watched this little S curve pop up". I do not believe though with malicious intent, ' the actress explained to her fans and followers.

As part of a plea bargain, Polanski pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor - an offence that was previously known as statutory rape. "To me, when you use the word "rape" alright you're talking about violent, throwing them down". Throwing the word rape around is like throwing the word racist around. "It doesn't apply to everything people use it for", said Tarantino.

Mira Sorvino, who dated Quentin Tarantino at one point, had also been harassed by Harvey Weinstein. He pantomimed strangling the actress as he continued, "but also, because I was able to".

Whilst she doesn't blame Tarantino for the crash, Uma - who alleges the incident was covered up - has hit out at disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein, whom, along with Lawrence Bender and E. Bennett Walsh, she holds "solely responsible" for her injuries.

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The director also addressed allegations by his girlfriend at the time, Mira Sorvino, and by Thurman that they had been the victims of sexual misconduct at the hands of Weinstein, saying that he insisted Weinstein apologize to Thurman before working on "Kill Bill".

Tarantino said he knew that the article on Thurman would include the crash footage but he did not realise he would be considered the villain in the situation.

"Me and Uma had our issues about the crash". When he tried to wriggle out of it, and how things actually happened, I never bought his story.

Quivers cut him off again, exclaiming, "She was 13!"

The crash affected his relationship with Thurman for years. It wasn't like we didn't talk. "But a trust was broken", he admitted.

The filmmaker said it was Thurman's suggestion to "wrap the thing around her neck, and choke her". "There was an element of closure".

As for the accident, Thurman claims that Weinstein's company at the time, Miramax, withheld the footage from her in an attempt to keep her from suing.

'Look... she was down with it.

Well, it probably didn't help that the incident was allegedly covered up too.

Uma thought I had acquiesced to them not letting her see the footage. She didn't get hurt. A grip? One, I didn't trust Michael Madsen because, I don't know where the spit's going to go, if Michael Madsen does it.

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