Recently, the director Quentin Tarantino has spoken about the controversy after the news came to the
front by New York Times. The report consisted some information given by Uma Thurman, Kill Bill star.
There Thurman stated about a car crash and injuries she suffered during the shooting of the movie in
2003. The accident resulted in a concussion and damaged knees, Thurman stated.
Tarantino provided a footage of the car crash to Thurman which shows the actress crashing into a palm
tree. Tarantino said "I knew that the piece was happening. Uma and I had talked about it, for a long
period of time, deciding how she was going to do it. She wanted clarity on what happened in that car
crash, after all these years.”
The director said that he never met up with Dowd. He further stated that he knew eventually it would
be used when Thurman had her big piece. There was an element of closure. Even though she has seen
the footage she had denied it.
Stating about the scene of the movie, Tarantino stated that none of us ever considered it a stunt, it was
only a driving scene.
Whether that was a stunt or not, that accident scene had affected their relationship. He stated that it
had affected for around two to three years. They are taking with each other but now there is no trust
On Monday, Thurman in an Instagram post said that Tarantino did the right thing by taking responsibility
and sharing the footage.
Lastly, Tarantino stated that despite having to shoulder the responsibility, he has acted honestly and
told the truth. By saying the truth, he is now feeling good after two days of misrepresentation. He added
“Whatever comes of it, I’ve said my piece. I’ve got big shoulders and I can handle it.”