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Protesters against police killings of black civilians rallied around famed movie director Quentin Tarantino Thursday in the face of mounting calls by American police unions to boycott his movies.Police in Los Angeles and Philadelphia this week joined counterparts in New York in calling for a boycott after the Oscar-winning "Pulp Fiction" director described police as murderers at a rally in New York.Tarantino has not commented on the police backlash and the boycott calls are not expected to have a significant impact on the box office for his films, which are admired in Hollywood but not always big commercial draws.Craig Lally, president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League, called Tarantino's comments "inflammatory rhetoric," and said in a statement that members support a boycott of his films.
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