Published: Wed, July 31, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Bruce Lee's daughter accuses Quentin Tarantino of unfair 'caricature' of father

Bruce Lee's daughter accuses Quentin Tarantino of unfair 'caricature' of father

Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee's daughter, was among those displeased with the sequence.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is already being praised by critics for its writing and depiction of the late '60s and '70s, but one person is calling out Quentin Tarantino for his work.

Shannon Lee added that Moh was "directed to be a caricature" and how her father is shown is "not how he was". "And not someone who had to fight triple as hard as any of those people did to accomplish what was naturally given to so many others", she said.

The star-studded project, which cost $90 million to make - finds Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt as a TV actor and his stuntman navigating the choppy waters of late 60s Hollywood, encountering Margot Robbie's Sharon Tate along the way, the wife of director Roman Polanski who would be murdered by members of the Manson Family cult.

"We were copying the style of films shot in that period and also covering Leo's character up to look different and unrecognizable, which in the movie he's not used to", she said.

Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" tore up the box office during it's first weekend, and for good reason.

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She said in reality her father was often challenged but he never took them seriously.

"I understand they want to make the Brad Pitt character this super bad-a** who could beat up Bruce Lee".

Shannon Lee is the daughter of Bruce Lee and Linda Cadwell.

Shannon allowed it was possible Tarantino meant to make a meta comment about the way Asians were marginalized in "a period of time that clearly had a lot of racism and exclusion", but she ultimately concludes "it doesn't come across that way".

"The mustache drove Leo mad, because I had to leave it really long and it always went in his mouth", Grigg, who has worked with the star since "Titanic", told The Hollywood Reporter. However, Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee has expressed her disappointment after watching the movie.

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