Samuel L. Jackson has spoken about the racist abuse on the set of Quentin Tarantino


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American actor Samuel L. Jackson tried to convince Director Quentin Tarantino from the use of politically incorrect words in pulp fiction. He said this in an interview with Esquire magazine.

While working on the painting, the artist insisted that the filmmaker was removed from the film expression dead nigger storage, which translated means “store dead niggers”. However, Tarantino did not listen to his advice, and eventually the phrase came from the lips of his hero Jimmy. According to Samuel L. Jackson to mitigate the effect of these words, the filmmakers decided to make the wife of Jimmy brown, although it was not originally written in the script.

The actor said that it is impossible to demand from the Director, so he just threw words out of my work. “You can’t do that, because it becomes untrue, it’s unfair,” he said.

The actor also said that he included an offensive phrase to many scenes. “I usually added at least five of the words “nigger” to what is already written Quentin” — he admitted.

In the spring of 2018 Samuel L. Jackson posted a photo of a business card superhero nick fury from Marvel kynoselen, containing a reference to the film “pulp fiction.” On the card fury was given information and contact details of the character in the structure of shield (S. H. I. E. L. D.) is a fictional international organization for the fight against crime. On the spot the post was written agent — Bad of them motherfuckers. It was the inscription on the wallet Jules out of the picture Tarantino.

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