Quentin Tarantino's Had Enough of Film Violence Questions: "I'm Not Your Slave"
Tells a British reporter he's not answering any more questions about film violence
Quentin Tarantino is officially done talking about the violence in his films.
A master of heightened (and often comedic) carnage on celluloid, the release of the Oscar-winner's latest film, Django Unchained, coincides with a bloody streak of mass shootings in America, a calendar fluke that has put him in the crosshairs of the latest debate on the impact of violence in entertainment. This does not amuse him, as he made clear in an interview with a British journalist for Channel 4.