The legendary composer Ennio Morricone recently declared that he doesn’t want to collaborate with american director Quentin Tarantino anymore.
This famous Italian composer who made soundtracks for movies that are, by all means, classics of European cinematography, has always been one of Tarantino’s favorite composers, but now it seems that the love isn’t mutual anymore.
Even though Morricone did music for 4 Tarantino’s works (“Kill Bill 1”, “Kill Bill 2”, “Inglourious Basterds” and “Django Unchained”), in his recent public speech in Rome, Morricone said that he would not like to work with Tarantino anymore because Tarantino doesn’t give him enough time to make quality music.
He said that after making “Inglourious Basterds”, Tarantino asked him to do music for his next movie, but that he wasn’t feeling like doing it. After that, Tarantino just used one of the pieces that Morricone composed earlier, so it’s no wonder that later in his speech, Morricone said that he thinks Tarantino doesn’t really understand music and therefore uses it with no sense. He also added that he didn’t like “Django Unchained” because it’s “too bloody” for his taste.