Quentin Tarantino Defends Margot Robbie’s Smaller Role as Sharon Tate: 'It's Not Her Story'

Quentin Tarantino is defending his decision to keep Margot Robbie‘s role in his new film minimal. Yesterday, Tarantino shut down a female reporter from The New York Times during a press conference after she asked him why Robbie had little to do or say in the film.

In a new interview with IndieWire, he doubles down on his stupidity and tries to justify why Sharon Tate would have a such limited role.

“There was a little bit more of her; everybody lost sequences...It’s not her story, it’s Rick’s story. It’s not even Cliff’s. And Tate is an angelic presence throughout the movie, she’s an angelic ghost on earth, to some degree, she’s not in the movie, she’s in our hearts.”