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Is this anything a couple of stores in front of me? I'm going to run them by you. You tell if it's anything or not. Is this anything reporter from the New York Times asked producer director, Quentin, Tarantino, why he didn't give actress Margot Robbie more lines and his new movie once upon a time in Hollywood. Starring Leonardo the Capri oh, and Brad Pitt then you put Margot Robie a very talented actress actor in your film. She was in the Leonardo with Leonardo and wolf Wall Street, I Tanya, this is a person with a great deal of acting talent. And yet, you haven't really given many lines in the movie, and I wondered, I guess that was a deliberate choice on your part. And I just wanted to know why that was that we don't hear her actually speaking very much, and Margot. I wanted you to also comment about being in the film in this part. Well, I just reject your hypotheses. There's this whole panel with Leo DiCaprio Brad Pitt Margot Robbie? Quentin Tarantino all sitting there. You'd see Brad Pitt rolling his eyes again, film festival taking questions about his new movie this with New York Times, trying to play the Quinton, Tarantino, those provide enough screen time and dialogue for females and his movies ridiculous ever seen. Kill bill. Doofus. Jackie brown. Thurman, and Pam. Grier head lead title roles at his movies. Nice. Try a Bargo Robbie plays. Sharon Tate in this fictional movie in. It's about a couple of guys struggling the main focus.