#GAReads | We Counted Every Line in Every Quentin Tarantino Film to See How Often Women Talk

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

We Counted Every Line in Every Quentin Tarantino Film to See How Often Women Talk”:

A New York Times reporter, in a recent interview with Quentin Tarantino, implied that the director had made a deliberate choice not to give Oscar-nominated actress Margot Robbie more lines in his latest release, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood. Tarantino responded, “Well, I just reject your hypotheses.”

Whether or not you accept Tarantino’s implicit argument that he had no choice when it came to scripting the character of Sharon Tate, it is certainly the case that, historically, female characters in his films have had fewer lines of dialogue than their male counterparts.

Read Anna Purna Kambhampaty and Elijah Wolfson’s full article at Time here…