RZA Recalls Learning From ‘The Master’ Quentin Tarantino

RZA’s affinity for martial arts films has been well known since Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) changed hip-hop in 1993. So, when RZA described Quentin Tarantino’s mentorship over his budding movie-directing career, he put it in kung-fu terms.
“When I met Quentin Tarantino, I kind of met my, as we say in martial arts, my Sifu,” RZA told MTV News, using the Chinese word for “master.” “I asked him if I could become a student of his. That’s a very humbling thing, especially for the RZA,” he noted.

The Wu-Tang mastermind co-wrote, directed and starred in this fall’s “The Man With the Iron…

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