Quentin Tarantino Argues With A Film Critic About The Violence In His Films

In the following 4-minute video, Quentin Tarantino, while promoting Kill Bill: Vol. 1, debates with a film critic from KRON 4, a San Francisco Bay news station, about the violence in his films while live on air.

The opinion of Tarantino, the acclaimed writer/director of such films as Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and Django Unchained, is that the violence is simply fictional and harmless fun, which can be watched by children as young as 12 if consented by the parents, while hers is that it encourages real-life violence. An argument ensues.

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