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Uma Thurman On Making Paul Schrader’s Cannes Film ‘Oh, Canada’: “I Had A Strong Feeling This Was Very Personal To Him”

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Uma Thurman has been to Cannes more times than she can remember, either to pledge support for the glamorous annual charity event amfAR or with films as diverse as the genteel Merchant-Ivory period film The Golden Bowl (2000) and Quentin Tarantino’s ultraviolent Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004), in which she reprised her badass role as The Bride.

The film that propelled her to stardom, Pulp Fiction, won the Palme d’Or there, and Thurman hasn’t forgotten what it did for her.

This year, she’s back with Paul Schrader‘s Oh, Canada, the kind of smart, character-based indie on which she earned her spurs. DEADLINE: How did you get involved with Oh, Canada? UMA THURMAN: Really, I just got the call through my agents to read a Paul Schrader script and meet with him.

I’m so glad I did. I love Paul Schrader. DEADLINE: Did you know him already? THURMAN: No, I didn’t know him.

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