The event took place while shooting the very first instalment of the Quentin Tarantino-directed action franchise more than 15 years back.
But the clip has actually only simply been launched after Thurman handled to encourage Tarantino to pass the video footage onto her.
It was published on the starlet’ Instagram feed the other day, revealing her taking a trip down a narrow dirt roadway in Mexico in a weak old vehicle, stated to be a convertible Karmann Ghia.
Thurman appears to lose control of the lorry in the sand, as it moves off the roadway and strikes a tree.
She is seen holding the side of her head prior to dropping in reverse stationary then breathing greatly and rolling her head as a team member reaches into the vehicle and checks her pulse.
Speaking in the New York Times previously this month, Thurman declares she was reluctant to movie the stunt due to the fact that she had doubts about the security of the lorry.
Thurman explained the vehicle as a “death box”, recommending a team member revealed issue to her that it was not working effectively.
Writing about the event along with the video footage on Instagram, Thurman stated: “The scenarios of this occasion were irresponsible to the point of criminality.
” I do not think, however, with destructive intent.
” Quentin Tarantino was deeply regretful and stays sorry about this sorry occasion and offered me the video footage years later on so I might expose it and let it see the light of day, no matter it more than likely being an occasion for which justice will never ever be possible.
“He also did so with full knowledge it could cause him personal harm and I am proud of him for doing the right thing and for his courage.”
The 47- year-old went on to implicate Weinstein and her firm, Creative Artists Agency, of concealing the event.
“They lied, destroyed evidence and continue to lie about the permanent harm they caused and then chose to suppress,” she blasted.