Quentin Tarantino says making his new film “The Hateful Eight” was the most fun he has had since “Kill Bill” as he presents the Western in Berlin ahead of its German premiere. Rough Cut – no reporter narration
Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight’ premieres in Berlin
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Director Quentin Tarantino brought “The Hateful Eight” to Berlin on Tuesday ahead of the film’s premiere in Germany. The movie, set in post-Civil War Wyoming, follows bounty hunter John Ruth (Kurt Russell) and fugitive Daisy (Jennifer Jason Leigh) as they travel toward the town of Red Rock before meeting two strangers, whom they take onboard their stagecoach. When a blizzard builds, they take refuge and meet other travellers. As they get to know each other, all is not quite as it seems. Jason Leigh, who has been nominated for an Oscar for her performance, spent much of the film handcuffed to Russell. Working with past collaborators such as Samuel L. Jackson and Tim Roth, Tarantino said he had “the best time” making the movie since he did “Kill Bill”.