The acclaimed director also ponders his future in film.
Ahead of the Australia-wide release of Quentin Tarantino's new film The Hateful Eight, the acclaimed director sits down to talk with theMusic's Neil Griffiths about his latest project during his visit to Sydney.
From talking about how his new movie was almost scrapped, to working with his self-proclaimed "Tarantino superstars", Tarantino leaves no stone unturned.
He also ponders his future in film, the possibility of walking away from directing after making ten movies and what his final projects could be, including a potential Australian-based film.
Watch the full interview below.
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The Hateful Eight is out in cinemas throughout Australia tomorrow.