Police Unions Call for Boycott of Quentin Tarantino’s New Movie

US film director Quentin Tarantino (center) walks in a march against police brutality on October 24, 2015 - part of an outspoken campaign that has earned him the ire of police unions. (photo: Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/AFP)

uentin Tarantino said Tuesday he does not feel intimidated by police union calls for a boycott of his films after he demonstrated against the killing of unarmed blacks by cops.

Police say Tarantino insulted them during a protest march in New York on October 24.

The Oscar-winning director complained that day of what he called the racial profiling of black and Latino men and the increasing militarization of the police.

“If it was being dealt with, then these murdering cops would be in jail, or at least be facing charges,” Tarantino said at the New York rally.

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