Some women just never stick to their guns, no matter how heinous the crime is of the offender. Or how deviant the sexual commentary coming from this person happens to be. Quentin Tarantino almost killed Uma Thurman in a stunt car and defended Roman Polanski raping a 13-year-old. But Uma says she would still work with him after all of that. When a woman is washed up and starts to sense the very real possibility of public sympathy running out, along with the opportunities for new roles, jumping ship just means survival.
Uma Thurman said she would work with Quentin Tarantino again despite suffering permanent neck and knee damage after she got into a car accidentwhile filming the 2003 movie “Kill Bill.”
Thurman said she would work with Tarantino if he “wrote a great part.” She added, “I understand him and if he wrote a great part and we were both in the right place about it, that would be something else.”
Thurman released the video of the car crash on her Instagram and said Tarantino was “deeply regretful and remains remorseful about this sorry event.” The director also told Deadline shortly after the footage was released that the “Kill Bill” car stunt was “one of the biggest regrets” of his life. He admitted their relationship changed after the crash.
Thank God for that caveat there about only working with Quentin if he writes a great part. It definitely throws off anyone that could smell the desperation projecting from your person. Of course Tarantino will publicly tell Uma that the car crash is the “biggest regret of his life.” Anyone labeling anything as an absolute worst or absolute best event of their life is a liar. I always tell my current girlfriend this is the best sex I’ve ever had in my life. Do I mean it? No. Does it make her feel better? Yes. Maybe Uma would fair better staying away from men who try to kill women in cars. Quentin did direct Death Proof. Who knows, Stuntman Mike may be Quentin’s alter ego that resurfaced while filming Kill Bill. He did murder Rose McGowan before.
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