Quentin Tarantino's 'In-n-Out' urges
Aug 25, 2007, 7:00 GMT
US director Quentin Tarantino arrives to a party, Berlin, Germany, 24 July 2007, after a special screening of his latest movie \'Death Proof\'. EPA/SOEREN STACHE
Quentin Tarantino says eating cheeseburgers is like having "naughty sex".
The 'Kill Bill' director thinks the double-cheese burgers at his favourite fast food chain in California are so good they're orgasmic.
He said in an interview with Britain's FHM magazine: "Hands down my favourite fast-food chain is the In-N-Out Burger. The double double with cheese is one of the great food experiences. It's like naughty sex. Bruce Willis even admitted he doesn't eat fast food anymore, except from In-N-Out Burger."
Bizarrely, Tarantino also likens the crash scenes in his latest film, 'Death Proof', to sex.
He said: "When the car is heading for the girls I'm making the audience complicit in the crash. They want it. They're waiting for it and then it's like a c** shot. You feel a little ashamed, feel a little bad, but feel satisfied."
The film features Kurt Russell playing a man who uses his armour-plated car to murder his female victims, and Tarantino admits he almost killed actress Zoe Bell for real during filming.
He recalled: "I can honestly say that putting Zoe Bell on the bonnet of the car in 'Death Proof' was the closest I've come to killing a woman. I don't think I've come close to killing a guy but I've f***ed some people up and come close to putting them in hospital."
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