In his latest feature film presented Tuesday at Cannes, Quentin Tarantino is filming in Los Angeles in 1969, the year in which the actress Sharon Tate, at the time, the wife of Polanski, was brutally murdered by members of a cult led by Charles Manson, while she was eight months pregnant. “How can we use the tragic life of someone while trampling…. To meditate (I’m talking about the system that tramples on his Novel),” said his wife Emmanuelle Seigner on Instagram.

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“I’m not criticizing the movie. I’m just saying that it does not bother to make a film that speaks of Romance and its tragic history (…), while on the other side, they have made it a pariah. And all this without the consult of course”, writes the actress, arguing that “the concept of (the) mind”.

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How can we use the tragic life of someone while trampling …. has to meditate ( I’m talking about the system that tramples on his Novel ) Little fit because I see that people don’t understand my point . I’m not criticizing the movie . I’m just saying that it does not bother to make a film that speaks of Romance and its tragic history, and therefore to do business with ca , while on the other hand , they have made it a pariah . And all this without the consult of course. The film is well , fortunately , I want to say . But the concept bothers me .

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“Sharon was an actress, a very graceful”

Asked about the presence of Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski in his film, Quentin Tarantino is justified by recalling that “Sharon was an actress, a very graceful”. “This is what I wanted to bring out. I’ve never considered the show otherwise. She could become an actress wonderful. Moreover, without the veto of the producers, Polanski would have been running for Rosemary’s Baby “, he confided to journalists.

Oscar best director for The Pianist in 2003, Roman Polanski refuses to set foot in the United States, having been convicted in 1977 for the rape of a 13 year old girl. Pursuant to the terms of an amicable agreement, the charges are more serious, including rape of a minor 13 years of age under the influence of drugs, had been abandoned. The director fled the United States following a change of position of the judge, who could condemn to a punishment heavier than expected. U.s. prosecutors are still trying to make it back in the country. In full wave #MeToo, it has been excluded from the Academy of the Oscars, at the same time as Bill Cosby, convicted of sexual assault.

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