"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" may have been shattered at the box office of filmmaker Quentin Tarantino – attracting $ 40 million domestically over his opening weekend – but there is one person who is not very excited about the comedy-drama.
In a new interview with The Wrap on Monday, Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon, stated that it was "repulsive" to see her father perform in the 1969 movie.
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"He ran into an arrogant hole that was filled with hot air," Shannon told the news station. "And not someone who had to fight three times as hard as any of these people to achieve what was naturally given to so many others."
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Shannon, who saw the movie over the weekend, admitted that "it's really awkward to sit in the theater and listen to people laugh at my dad."
In real life, she said that her father often tries to avoid fighting. However, in the movie, "he is the one with all the fluff and he is the one who provokes Brad Pitt. Which is not the case," she explained.
According to the news, in the movie Brad Pitt's character, Cliff Booth, trades insults with Bruce Lee (played by Mike Mo) before the pair eventually agree to a best three-round fight.  "I can understand all the reflections on what is portrayed in the movie," Shannon said earlier in the interview. "I understand that the two characters are anti-heroes, and it's kind of a fierce fantasy about what's going to happen … and they" is a re-creating period of time that obviously had a lot of racism and exclusion.
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"I realized that they wanted to make Brad Pitt embody this super bad guy who could go on to beat B. "But they didn't need to treat him the way white Hollywood did when he was alive." "
Per The Wrap, Shannon said that Tarantino might be trying to make a point about how Lee was stereotyped, however, to her," oes does not fit that way. "
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When it came to Moss specifically, Shannon said she had no problem with the 35-year-old actor, noting that he did a good job with some of her late dad's and his voice's manners.
"But I think he was meant to be a cartoon," Shannon – who continues his father's legacy through the website, his podcast and the Bruce Lee Foundation – added.
The movie – which aired on July 26 – stars Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie as 1969 Los Angeles residents, where old Hollywood fades and Manson's family grows.
Tarantino's reporter did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.
The Associated Press contributed to this report