Tarantino sued over Kill Bill

March 13th, 2010 - 10:04 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

kill-bill Mar 13 (Pen Men at Work): A director manufactures a triumphant film on account of enormous dedication and devotion. But what has become pretty common is that some person enters the scene after the film has released successfully and claims that the tale was thieved from him. This state of affairs has raised its unsightly head all over again.

This occasion, it is aimed at Quentin Tarantino and his Kung Fu reverence, Kill Bill Volumes One and Two. Quentin Tarantino is facing a lawsuit from a dramatist who has laid blame on the director of replication of his proposal for the Kill Bill movies. A court case was initiated on Monday in aid of Dannez Hunter, a chap who has mouthed that, over ten years back, he had put forward a conception for a motion picture to Miramax that depended on a protagonist named Ren. Dannez Hunter has stated that he propelled a tale to the persons in charge at film company Miramax in 1999. The tale was about an imaginary personality named Ren. He has uttered that the foremost plot that points to his narrative about Ren seeing the slaughter of her mother were utilized in Tarantino’s runaway success ninja flick. He has sued in excess of one million dollars for two reasons. One is for the movie. The second is that, according to him, he was refused permission for a job at the studio due to his racial backdrop.

Hunter also contends that he submitted an application for employment at Miramax but “was never given a return phone call, as numerous similar situated less qualified Jewish and White people were bestowed job after job after job.”

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