Quentin Tarantino's Foot Fascination: From Strip Clubs to the Big Screen

Famed director Quentin Tarantino is renowned for his stylistic and unconventional films.

by Faruk Imamovic
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Quentin Tarantino's Foot Fascination: From Strip Clubs to the Big Screen

Famed director Quentin Tarantino is renowned for his stylistic and unconventional films. Still, an equally peculiar aspect of his persona has been drawing attention – a seemingly intense fascination with feet. The details of this predilection have recently been revealed by a former manager of the infamous Hollywood strip club, Crazy Girls.

Quentin Tarantino: A Regular in Strip Clubs The former manager, who identified himself by the pseudonym "Lowlife," came forward during an appearance on the "Get in the Car" podcast. He disclosed that the acclaimed director is a habitual visitor to strip clubs.

Recounting a particular instance caught on a surveillance camera, Lowlife vividly described Tarantino engaging in foot play with a dancer. Lowlife narrated, “He’s sitting down, she takes her top off and he gets up, throws her on the seat, takes her boots off one by one and just starts licking the bottoms of her foot, sucking toes.

Her feet looked like… you know when you take a bubble bath? Like prunes. I think he gave her 10,000 dollars”.

The Foot Fetish Streak in Tarantino's Films

This fetish isn't solely confined to Tarantino's personal life, as it seems to have bled into his professional realm as well.

There's an uncanny emphasis on feet in his movies, regardless of their relevance to the plot. Notably, in "Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood," Tarantino insisted that actress Margot Robbie refrain from cleaning her feet during a theater scene.

In an interview, Robbie recalled the peculiar instruction. She shared, “But my feet were dirty because I’d been walking around set. They stayed dirty in the movie because Quentin said, ‘Don’t. Don’t clean them.’” Robbie continued, explaining that Tarantino wanted to preserve the authenticity of the scene.

“Shortly after this, my character walks into a movie theater to see herself on the big screen, and she kind of kicks off her go-go boots and puts her feet up, and settles in to watch the movie. Someone ran in to do it, and he was like, ‘No, it’s real. Keep it.’”

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