Quentin tarantino dating diane kruger
Tarantino believed that in order to pull off the scene properly, Kruger had to actually be strangled with severe pressure put around her neck.
The director felt he had to be the one responsible to do so as he didn’t want any mistakes being made during such a delicate scene. Are you down to committing to it so we can get a really good look.
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