Since the time Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood delivered in 2019, he has been blamed for a heartless depiction of combative techniques and film symbol Bruce Lee.
Bruce Lee’s girl Shannon Lee has opened up about Quentin Tarantino’s new remarks in regards to her dad in a meeting with Joe Rogan.
Since the time Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood delivered in 2019, he has been blamed for a harsh depiction of hand-to-hand fighting and film symbol Bruce Lee. In the film, Brad Pitt’s double-person Cliff Booth is tested by a pompous Lee to an amicable, best-of-three battle. While Cliff is crushed in the first round, it’s anything but a stunt, and next time he continues to utilize Lee’s move against him to throw him against the side of a vehicle.
Tarantino had said obtusely on Rogan’s digital broadcast while advancing his novelization of the film, “I can comprehend his little girl disapproving of it. In any case, any other individual? Go suck a d***. “On the off chance that Cliff battled Bruce Lee at a Madison Square Garden combative techniques competition, he would not have an opportunity. In any case, as an incredible who has killed men before in a wilderness, he would kill Bruce Lee.”
Shannon said in an assessment piece distributed on The Hollywood Reporter, “As you definitely know, the depiction of Bruce Lee in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood by Mr. Tarantino, as I would like to think, was off base and superfluous no doubt. (Kindly we should not fault entertainer Mike Moh. He did what he could with what he was given.) And while I am thankful that Mr. Tarantino has so liberally recognized Joe Rogan that I may have my sentiments about his depiction of my dad.