London: Director Quentin Tarantino, who has made films like 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Inglourious Basterds', says he wants to retire from the movie business once he turns 60. The 46-year-old director said he would step away from filmmaking after 60 and leave himself time to start a family, reported The Times. "It's a good age to stop making movies - I could start writing novels and film criticism and become a man of letters, and then I could finally have a family," he said.
Tarantino, who in the past has dated actress Mira Sorvinoand the director Sofia Coppola, is currently single, but would like to be a father one day.
"There was a time, about five years ago, when I did have baby fever, that I wanted to have a child. Now I still want to be a father, but I don't have baby fever. I want the work to be the most important thing," he said.
The 46-year-old director said he would step away from filmmaking after 60 and leave himself time to start a family.
His upcoming film 'Django Unchained' is set to release this month.
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