Quentin Tarantino | Interview | TimesTalks

Quentin Tarantino | Interview | TimesTalks


mem mmm mmm that’s what I call in New York welcome
thank you I want to thank you all for coming
you’re really in for a fantastic treat because quindlin the great human beings on the
planet so I always I was very lucky to have met him when he head done only Reservoir Dogs and I was actually on the fat a pulp
fiction which I was considered to be one of the
lucky things in my life yeah you guys are lucky that you get to be
here because quintere a which is that which is that telling you
is you doing a piece for Vanity Fair and she showed up on the set I didn’t
realize he was not mission yeah I think I’m interesting and
no she will write that piece I thought she
was going to write that he is I didn’t realize I had on addition I couldn’t
wait to write the paper that but it was also called a because it was
a in the house in pulp fiction which I’m
sure you’ve all seen and John Travolta was sort of looking around with his
ponytail it’s like I just like Jimmy the whole
day whether an idea yeah bad bro yeah okay we’re kinda living and
it was great it was like you’re living the whole
movie I get that begs the question what did you wear on the sediment glorious
bastard I are you wearing an army uniform and
her time a Evans you know i i my weight fluctuates
at mall fluctuates when I make a movie so I’m wearing whatever I confetti and
say oh I and II like you know don’t need for a week and that I can fit
in my shirts again for a little bit I had a bagel army coat that I can cater
to different times well never talk to you about which I
feel like it’s so profound but you ever ask of now is that your heroes are always the
anti-heroes they’re almost always villains yeah I mean you’re your
heroes said are always so I dark exactly because they’re kinda
really like to Milan mean in terms of their happiness with no any but there never
yeah I mean again and again and again you wouldn’t
call them classic heroes I mean in the sense that I have yet the heroic leading man like federal
dollars yeah I mean is that something that you think about when you’re right I actually really try to on have morality not even be in issue with all are right
when it comes to my character when you’re saying I mean you know I
don’t want that to have any play whatsoever I that would be me commenting on them
right that is me sticking my big nose into their lives and their philosophies
I let them be who they are and you know my to this feeling is I
just I just want the same rights that a novelist has a look what we went through
the eighties would like every Hollywood movie everyone had to be
likable and everybody had to be understand the ball and and the test scores were like oh we
didn’t like him so we gotta change every got damn thing you know and I can make movies at that
time but I was watching them as I’m not gonna make that crap and up and I just want the same freedom that
anomalous has and he can make a knob league right now about a bastard but you
can be totally interesting ask you this are going to ask you this
for years ever since we had an argument over top gun do you fight I’d like to had I’m not quite as
passionate about you his passion for body was throwing apples
at my head because I was effing negative about it but anyway do you try to find things that you like
about every movie I mean do you find yourself trying to root for a movie when you watch it is that your
basic sorta youu I’m sitting down dough watch a
movie I wanna like it already try to find things I mean you’re
so wonderful lol about you you’re so wonderfully
optimistic about you know whites alike I try to look I
don’t like people who work at Ian just gets ninety just on account because you now so I’ll that
but you also sir to sit there and kinda say what I have to pull teeth in a you know
it’s not as enjoyable experience but you know I don’t bend over backwards I don’t feel like you have to I mean I
think you actually see I mean if you always urs just seen the
good in movie what will you will look there’s you know there’s a whole be like I I like exploitation cinema and
stuff that Filipino exploitation cinema and that’s how an exploitation cinema in which means I’m forgiving a
tremendous amount are I but I don’t mind that I mean
that’s the that’s actually is part iv: party its chart when she know it’s yeah
and once you know that film industry’s way of doing it
here that becomes also part of its charm and you know and that the things that
they do that or defender different than the Hollywood movie that stand out wanna make some even all the better any
a that was the thing about growing up been dancing every exploitation movie
that opened at the theater as part of that part of the fun in that was um basically you know you you have to drink I’ll lot of milk
before you can appreciate cream here and you have to drink a lot I’m not
that’s gone bad alright if we can appreciate milk at I and let’s just stop like tons a crappy movies every week but
then you’d see a good one and it seemed great alright
it’s a how you gonna see Joe Dante’s Parana is
Josiah poppin like I was waterfall right yeah and I see that movie is what has really
good movie yeah but you’re also but you know you also have your your expectations s okay lol all right
now would actually end up being late Ian good iraqi you like I with a tight exploitation cinema
there’s a lot of chatter you know before you get to the week yeah you know that forget about science
and I brought that they brought a conversation that again have another question yesterday and
glorious Basterds which is about Brad Pitt which is that in general you there you cast movie stars but you
don’t cast often like the kinda mega movie stars
that are Brad Pitt like me say that but I
remember when ike got bruce willis they are a picture that
was I huge do you well us but now it’s okay it was great
yes everything but I don’t care we could go to bed with
Chris will still the question is how does that change or does it change how you you know
construct the scene how you imagine yeah maybe that schedule is a
little bit more friendly to Brad that it was to Robert Forster Iaido but call I but short love a short on the facts irate not much at all let’s have people
banging on your door saying you know I wanna be I wanna be that’s
all at once all abstract yeah collapse right now they the and I
like to work with you on that work with you to all right you know a but thing about it is I me I’m I’m very
proud have a the casting in my movie so if we are
going to work together we want it to be special only only way it’s going to be
special is that if there is a a a real symbiotic union
between actor and character and in that case
this it was perfect I mean you know he’s is perfect
for his role as a brad is perfect for his role although is as Crist’s office for a long
time in the just the symbiotic relationship between them did you find that am another thing
that’s always intrigued me about you and and this goes back a bit to kill
business goes to kill bill: is Kill Bill is very unique and that the movie is almost all
constructed a women fighting with women yeah and I mean I’m random billion
interviews with you when I’m actually never no one’s ever ever ask
you about that was that difficult to stay different two-stage
did it was it it got better I I because it’s a complicated equation
you’re not used to seeing that and yet you have to treat it as if it’s another action scene and their
genius scenes I mean really brilliant I went
back and watched it again and you and what’s so great about the
man is way it’s like beyond female because you don’t you know she’s
kick FBI get gas but you don’t think it is a laying out he ok Ill Bill is the first
movie I’ve done is it as a director that doesn’t a place to my normal Universit
really existing a complete movie we live in a world war two 10 tonight 101 but but I mean good but actually the
universe said that Inglorious Basterds takes place it is the same was true
romance and you know and at and more it I think you’re not giving
it up credit but the thing is though in a but
Kill Bill takes place in a real in a in a world that doesn’t exist movie
movie universe and its a complete world in my own making and one
other thing I like about that world is it’s not a thing that the women could
be magnificent warriors and I think it’s
not treated as anything is its is it can be a given irate it’s not it’s
not an exception to the rule all right you know and also there’s that
samurai sword holders on airplanes yeah if you block it everyone walks
around with them right so I and II I they don’t make a check in my that
universe a you can get through security you but I
like the ability I actually I’ve always I always did like the idea that like it
that that’s not a an exception US its not that ever commented on in the movie that
their women who are doing this it’s just they have they have equal they have
people power

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