Michael Moore is stunned more Caucasian celebrities are not publicly in Quentin Tarantino's corner.

During an interview with THR on Friday, the director of the upcoming film Where to Invade Next said he is looking for answers while a fellow artist is being threatened by police and blasted in the media for comments he made at an anti-police brutality march last month in New York.
"Has any white person in this town, in the industry, stood up for Quentin Tarantino?" Moore said. "The white guy stuck his neck out there and they're trying to chop it off."

The Oscar-winning documentary maker said Tarantino taking part in the rally was "incredible," and it was time he speak up for the embattled filmmaker, whose latest project, The Hateful Eight, is due out on Christmas. "So, a couple of days ago I said, 'To hell with that, I'm going to stand up for him,' " Moore adds.
On Thursday, Moore posted a picture of Tarantino at the rally on his unverified Instagram page, along with a message of support.