Quentin Tarantino Calls Thurman Crash ‘Biggest Regret’

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An American director, Quentin Tarantino breaking his silence. The director called his decision to have her drive during a famous “Kill Bill” Scene was the biggest threat to life. The apology comes as Thurman released the footage given to her years after by Tarantino of the same scene, showing her struggling to control the blue convertible, as it careens off the road, smashing into a tree.

Uma Thurman claiming, she was perm innocently damaged after he pressured her to perform a stunt. Quentin says he believed the car was safe, but the actress stated that she did not want to drive what she called a “Deathbox”. The incident left her with permanent damage to neck as well as knees.

The director also under fire for 2003 radio interview with Howard Stern in which he appears to defend director Roman Polanski, who pleaded guilty to having femininity with an underage girl in late 70’s.

Quentin Tarantino said, “He didn’t, and it was statutory. He had that thing with a minor and that not femininity”. The director not available for comment. As for that crash, Thurman says she’s proud of Quentin Tarantino for eventually giving her that footage.