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January 04, 2013


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Nice to find another area of agreement with you, Dennis. I have zero interest in Quentin Tarantino or his work. For me, it's more about his self-indulgence than his attitude toward movie violence.

Paul Cushing

While I agree that violence has some impact on each of us, I don't think it's fair to pin acts of violence on movies or TV any more than it's fair to blame the weapons. The person involved is still responsible for their actions. Billions of people have seen the same movies and TV and went about their lives making responsible decisions despite having seen the mind numbing violence produced by Tarantino. While I understand and agree with your point, it doesn't seem fair to question the directors defensive remarks while he was being probed for a confession of guilt over the violent nature of society as a result of his films.

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