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Quentin Tarantino has offered his views on violence in cinema. The Django Unchained director admitted that he was "annoyed" by discussion that has suggested a link between violence on film and atrocities like the recent massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. "Would I watch a kung fu movie three days after the Sandy Hook massacre? Would I watch a kung fu movie? Maybe, 'cause they have nothing to do with each other," Tarantino told Terry Gross during an interview on NPR's Fresh Air. (more) »


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