Although Quentin Tarantino’s latest film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is still receiving positive reviews and generating high numbers at the box office, the director recently made some remarks on his tenth, and presumably final, film. During a press tour in Moscow on Wednesday, Tarantino stated that his final film will be “epilogue-y” in nature, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The use of this term “epilogue” appears to reflect Tarantino’s early interest in becoming a novelist intertwining with his filmmaking career. He described his films as works that follow and depend on one another like “a train boxcar connected to each other,” with his final film being the “big show-stopping climax of it all.”
Tarantino also toured the Kremlin museums and the Red Square with the Russian Culture Minister during his visit. He stated to the independent Dozhd television channel that he was not in favor of some of the affairs being committed by the Russian government. Tarantino made it clear that when he’s in the country, he’s “here to see the Russian people. I’m here to see my fans. I believe that whatever I feel about a government, that’s not necessarily reflective of the people who live in the country.” He then went on to discuss his favorite Russian films.