Quentin Tarantino is unwilling to share his fortune with his mother
cinematic director Quentin Tarantino, still does not forgive su madre, cosmic actressNot believing in his professional ambitions.
Tarantino began writing scripts in elementary school which cost him serious problems with teachers, who saw his profession as a “rebellion” for devoting more energy to writing his first stories than to his homework.
His mother wasn’t happy either and He tried to thwart the career of the future winner of two Oscars.
Subsequently, Quentin swore to himself that if he finally succeeded in the world of cinema, he would not benefit from the money he made.
“Once she was complaining about something and suddenly, in the middle of her sermon, she said to me, ‘Oh, and by the way, an idea Your career as a writer is over.. He even put quotes in the air with his fingers! And remember the bitter episode.
“The fact that he said something like that to me in such a sarcastic way made me think, ‘Well, madam, When he became a famous writer, you wouldn’t see a penny. There will be no home for you, no paid vacations, no pink Cadillacs. You won’t get anything for what you just said.”,” was revealed on the podcast “The Moment with Brian Koppelman.”
The most famous filmmaker ever for his 75-year-old mom is helping him pay his taxes on one occasion, but regardless of that moment of weakness, He has stayed true to his promise.
“What you tell your children has consequences. Everyone should remember: Talking to your children this way about the things that matter to them has consequences.”
As a screenwriter Quentin Tarantino Adopted just over ten feature films.
The two Academy Awards he has earned throughout his career have been given precisely within this branch (Best Original Screenplay) and the award winning titles are “Pulp Fiction” and Django Unchained.
The latter, a 2012 revised western film starring Jamie Foxx, is also the acclaimed director’s highest-grossing film, grossing $426 million globally.