Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Tarantino states the movie copying is not that bad

In this post on Techdirt, Quentin Tarantino is referenced talking about how he bought pirated/bootleg films in order to recreate scenes in Kill Bill. Furthermore, the post tells how Tarantino is happy about Kill Bill being pirated in China because it is currently the only distribution source for his movie.

I think we've been here before. Remember all those stories about singers who weren't all that upset about their music being on P2P networks, even though the RIAA claimed that it was those very singers it was trying to protect?

The original article reference by TechDirt can be found here at Yahoo News.

From the article:

""I would be a liar to say across the board 'No piracy'," Tarantino said."


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I just stumbled onto your blog while looking. Seems to happen to me a lot since I am a knowledge mooch LOL


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