Actor Adil Hussain isn’t really impressed by Quentin Tarantino, despite the fact that the rest of the world may consider him a cinema legend. Adil didn’t react well to anything the Hollywood director stated about the French director François Truffaut.
Adil Hussain isn’t really impressed by Quentin Tarantino
In the September issue of Sight & Sound, Quentin talked about a bunch of his contemporaries and their work. He als François. “[Claude Chabrol’s] thrillers are drastically better than the abysmal Truffaut-Hitchcock movies, which I think are just awful,” he said. “I’m not a Truffaut fan that much anyway. There are some exceptions, the main one being The Story of Adele H. But for the most part, I feel about Truffaut like I feel about Ed Wood. I think he’s a very passionate, bumbling amateur.”
Adil took to Twitter to give his own opinion of Quentin
Responding to a news piece on the same comment, Adil took to Twitter to give his own opinion of Quentin. “Quentin Tarantino is one of most Overrated Film Makers in the History of Cinema. His comments Truffaut not be taken seriously,” he wrote.
Quentin has produced a number of critically acclaimed Hollywood movies, including Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and others. In his career, he has received seven Academy Award victories.
Additionally, he never hesitates to make provocative statements. He recently remarked that, despite ultimately benefiting the movie, Val Kilmer’s cameo in Top Gun: Maverick appeared to be a little too cheap. Quentin says that the union “almost too cheap.” He then added, “But it absolutely works. It’s a bit like Charlie Chaplin dying on stage for the last scene of Limelight…but it f***ing works. You’re waiting for it and the f***ing scene delivers.”
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