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The ongoing dispute between Quentin Tarantino and Bruce Lee’s daughter reveals no signal of slowing down, with Shannon Lee insisting that the director’s portrayal of her father is “irresponsible” and “belittling”.
Shannon appeared on right now’s (August 22) Good Morning Britain to debate her father’s depiction in Tarantino’s latest movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Lee had beforehand in contrast Tarantino’s imaginative and prescient of her father to that of “white Hollywood’s”, however the ever-provocative filmmaker has since insisted that actor Mike Moh’s portrayal was truthful, claiming: “Bruce Lee was kind of an arrogant guy.”
Now, Shannon Lee has doubled-down on her earlier feedback, calling the Bruce Lee in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood a “caricature” of her dad.
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Responding to Tarantino’s latest feedback, Shannon informed GMB: “He wants to say, ‘Oh, this was a fact, this is what he was like, but this is a fiction movie so don’t bother yourself too much about it’.”
Opening up about her father’s affect within the Asian group, Shannon referred to as the long-lasting actor, martial artist, and thinker “a man of depth and a man of great character”.
“[People] mistook his confidence, which he had in spades, as arrogance,” she defined. “In particular if they were white men in Hollywood or in the martial arts or something like that…”
Suggesting Tarantino’s inventive selections weren’t “respectful” in the direction of her father, Shannon added: “[He is] being handled the way in which he was handled by Hollywood again within the time when he was making an attempt to make correct representations of Asian males in movie.
“He was not handled respectfully. The manner that he is portrayed by Quentin Tarantino within the movie, is strictly in that manner, form of belittling him.”
Earlier this month, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood‘s co-stunt coordinator Robert Alonzo revealed that Tarantino’s authentic screenplay noticed Bruce Lee lose to Brad Pitt’s fictional Cliff Booth, a transfer that each the crew and Pitt thought of “concerning”.
“I know that Brad had expressed his concerns, and we all had concerns about Bruce losing,” Alonzo stated. “Everyone involved was like, ‘How is this going to go over?’ Brad was very much against it. He was like, ‘It’s Bruce Lee, man!'”
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is out now. Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.
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