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Margot Robbie says Quentin Tarantino wanted to get her feet dirty in the iconic ‘Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood’ scene

Quentin Tarantino.Cindy Ord / Getty

  • Margot Robbie explains why her feet are dirty in the “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” theater scene.

  • Robbie told Vogue that her feet got dirty when she was walking around the set of the film.

  • Director Quentin Tarantino asked her not to wash her feet before shooting a scene.

Margot Robbie has said that Quentin Tarantino specifically told her not to wash her feet before her iconic scene “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.”

Robbie starred as a fictionalized version of the late actor Sharon Tate in the 2019 Tarantino film, which Reportedly walked around barefoot and hated wearing shoes,

In one scene, Robbie takes off her shoes in a movie theater and puts her feet on the seat in front of her. the scene quickly became a big talking pointeven Due to the jokes of Robbie’s co-star Brad Pitt.

During the new episode of Vogue’s YouTube series, “Life in Looks” Robbie stated that she did not intend to show her feet dirty in the film, and that the decision was spontaneous.

The “Barbie” star recalled, “Soon after, my character walks into a movie theater to see herself on the big screen and she takes off her go-go boots and kicks her feet up and starts watching the movie.” sits down.” , “But my feet were dirty because I was walking around on set. They stayed dirty in the movie because Quentin said, ‘Don’t. Don’t clean them.'”

Margot Robbie steps into Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate in “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.”sony pictures release

Robbie said: “Someone ran over to do it and he said, ‘No, it’s real. Keep it.'”

In the past, Tarantino has been questioned about the copious shots of women’s legs in his films. It was reported that in “Once Upon a Time…” alone 36 Shots Of People’s LegsBoth naked and in shoes.

In 2021, Tarantino defends The vogue of barefoot in his films in an interview with GQ.

Tarantino said, “I don’t take it seriously. A lot of good directors have a lot of legs in their movies. It’s just good direction.” “Like, before me, person foot fetishism was defined by another film director, Luis Buñuel. And Hitchcock was accused of it and Sofia Coppola was accused of it.”

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