Diane Kruger’s complex relationship with Quentin Tarantino: Explained

Diane Kruger's complex relationship with Quentin Tarantino: Explained

Quentin Tarantino utilized every means possible to prevent Diane Kruger’s portrayal of Bridget von Hammersmark from his 2009 Nazi war film. “Inglourious Basterds,”On a January 11th episode, she spoke on the “Reign with Josh Smith”Podcast (via The Daily Mail). “He didn’t want to audition me because he saw a movie that I was in that he didn’t like … And literally the only reason he auditioned me is because there was no one left to audition,” Kruger said. 

Kruger flew out of her own pocket from New York to Germany to grab the chance because Tarantino refused to meet him. Kruger described Tarantino’s prejudices against her as “unfair,”But she also noted that the experience taught her how to persevere despite all obstacles. “I had to jump through all these hoops that definitely put my nose out of joint, but I was like, ‘You know what, f**k him,'”She said.

Kruger’s remarks might seem odd considering that she defended Tarantino in the wake of the Uma Thurman accusations. Kruger wrote this in a February 2018 article InstagramAfter that, it was a pleasure to work with the director. “pure joy.” “He treated me with utter respect,”Kruger also noted. Kruger said that she understood why Smith was so harsh before meeting her and suggested that she does not harbor any grudges. “I think that for him that must have been a lesson, sometimes I’m sure I’m guilty of that too, you put people in boxes,”She said.

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