Quentin Tarantino recently confirmed that he never gave a “cent” of his fortune to his mother.
The American podcast director explained,The moment podcastHe was keeping his word when he was twelve when his mother wanted to thwart his dreams of making films.
“My mom took it so badly because I wasn’t very good at school. She criticized me for the little scripts I was writing at the time, saying, ‘The little screenwriting career you think you can get? It’s totally over,” he said.
The author of hits like “Pulp Fiction” or “Kill Bill” went on to point out that because he saw his mother taunting him, he promised himself not to give her “a penny” from his success.
“There will be no home for you, no vacation. No Cadillac for my mother. You will have nothing to tell me all that,” he said.
Tarantino maintained that he kept that promise and has only once helped his mother since her success in Hollywood to pay taxes.
“There are consequences for words that parents make to their children. Certain words or a sarcastic tone can have repercussions on these children,” he said.
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