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QT's Muse Tiffany Limos

Post by honeybunny » Mon Aug 27, 2007 2:40 am

After being in Hong Kong and Manila, I heard that Tiffany Limos was bringing Tarantino to the Philippines.  A supposed long time 'friend' of Tarantino and the youngest person on the board of the President's cabinet film council in the Philippines.  Some of you might know her as Peaches from Larry Clark's Ken Park or Judith from Samuel Z. Arkhoff's Teenage Caveman remake.  Some of you might know her as the editor of and co-writer of Michel Gondry's work and Kanye West's collaborator. 

I salute her for always 100 percent putting it down for the Filipinos.  Tarantino had said in several interviews in the Philippines that Limos introduced him to Cirio H. Santiago and Eddie Romero, and it was all her doing from bringing old and new Filipino cinema to the surface.  Many legends are from the Philippines rightfully so.

I was on a flight on the 21st of August in Manila, Philippines to LAX.  Flight 544 Philippine Airlines.  Tiffany Limos was pushing Quentin Tarantino in a wheelchair in the first class lounge I was star-struck to see him there but he wasn't into taking any photos in the state he was in.  Camera crews and papparazzi were trying to catch a glimpse but they were surrounded with a swarm of body guards.  It's the Philippines, anything can happen.  During the 13 hour flight I was sitting behind Quentin Tarantino and Tiffany Limos.  Tiffany Limos organized the Cinemanila film festival this year and Mr. Tarantino was being honored, right?  Quentin Tarantino made one of the stewardesses cry because he didn't want to sit in his first class seat.  He wanted to sit on the floor or in one of the flight attendant's seats.  When they refused him he told them to call the sky marshall.  He kept complaining about his back hurting like a big baby.  Congressman Aquino had to come from Business Class to break the fight up.  Apparently Tarantino injured his back to the point where he couldn't walk.  During the flight he was telling Tiffany Limos how much he loved her and to not worry.  He called her the wife on the flight.  Whatever the hell that means.  As soon as the plane landed I saw them again getting their luggage and Mr. Tarantino was barely walking, refusing a wheelchair.  I saw Tarantino try to kiss Tiffany Limos on the lips but someone arrived to pick her up as Tarantino was standing there.  I was a little annoyed during the whole trip and all of the drama that those two caused during the flight.  Tiffany Limos was ordering the President's people, the one doctor that was on the plane and the whole flight crew to cater to Mr. Tarantino's needs.  I suppose I would too if I had to sit next to the grumpy older man.

Any hoot, I thought it might make for a great tip.
I have found little information about it online.
There are some blogs and video footage on
www.myspace.com/officialfanoftiffanylimos

and in some articles Tiffany Limos is written as Tiffany Richards, another name she goes by in the Philippines, I think.

Tiffany Limos has been the long time girlfriend of Prince Teodorin Obiang Nguema.  So that might of been him picking her up but I am pretty sure that it was Andre 3000.

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Post by Ronja » Sat Sep 01, 2007 9:32 am

wow.. thats..
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Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Sat Sep 01, 2007 10:17 am

she was larry clark's girlfriend as well (when she was 16 and Clark, 60 smg.. cheers)

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Post by Toothpick_Vic_Vega » Sat Sep 01, 2007 12:05 pm

What in the hell? QT injured his back? What was he doing? A Triple Lindy off the hotel's pool diving board? That doesnt sound like the QT we know. He was actually making people cry?! LMAO!!

Is this Tiffany girl QTs fiancee? Will we finally see QT get hitched?!!

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I just checked out Tiffany's Myspace and saw this article, thought Id post it:

"B-movies were made quickly, cheaply, and with a guarantee to shock you. Can Hollywood successfully replicate the formula?

By Natalie Guevara

The Fast and the Furious

There was once a boy named Quentin who would venture to the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles for an afternoon of European sex comedies and kung fu movie marathons. There he would sit for hours on end, entranced by the grainy footage riddled with cracks, hisses, and bad dubbing. The content was violent and overtly sexual. Subtlety was not the films' specialty nor was it the priority of the seedy revival houses advertising such eye-popping titles as Satan's Sadists and They Call Her One Eye. The cheaper and gorier, little Quentin thought, the better.

That boy grew up to become Quentin Tarantino, the fast-talking auteur behind the frenetic '90s masterpiece Pulp Fiction. When he had both the capital and the reputation, Tarantino made his own venture into B-movie territory, most notably with the Pam Grier vehicle, Jackie Brown, his ode to blaxploitation pictures, and the two-parter, Kill Bill, which featured Uma Thurman kicking ass in a yellow motorcycle jumpsuit reminiscent of Bruce Lee.

His latest, Grindhouse, is a blood-soaked love letter to double features that has the director at the helm of one film and frequent collaborator Robert Rodriguez (Sin City) in charge of the other. The film, shot last summer for $53 million, may not boast the dirt-cheap budget or speedy production schedule of a real B-movie, but what it lacks in authenticity it certainly makes up for in experience.

"We want Grindhouse to be a ride," Tarantino said to Entertainment Weekly. "Two movies! Trailers! Bad prints! And hey, if a little bit of gang violence breaks out in the theater, all the better."

Rodriguez's "Planet Terror," a zombie extravaganza made in the style of George A. Romero (Dawn of the Dead), features a B-list cast of rising talents (Freddy Rodriguez, Rose McGowan), while Tarantino's slasher-meets-women's-revenge film, "Death Proof," has a weathered Kurt Russell (Escape from New York) reliving his bad-ass glory days, this time with a slick muscle car that stalks and slaughters. Sandwiched between the two features is a trio of faux-trailers by Eli Roth (Hostel), Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead), and Rob Zombie (The Devil's Rejects), all pitching equally ridiculous but nonetheless tantalizing concepts: A cheerleader "gets served" at a Thanksgiving Day parade! Nicolas Cage takes on Fu Manchu!

While Grindhouse and similar exploitation flicks are turbulent rollercoasters, the thrills are not for everyone. In Premiere magazine, writer Tom Roston zeroed in on the "torture porn" shock tactics adopted by modern cinema. "From Halloween to The Blair Witch Project, horror movies have tended to use fear to freak out audiences. Saw was about cruelty. There was a new level of sadism on display." Audiences found the mix of guts and gore irresistible, partly because they knew they wouldn't see anything like it anywhere else.
Shattering taboos is perhaps the biggest appeal of B-movies. Legendary cult filmmaker John Waters, whom was once proclaimed "The Pope of Trash" by William S. Burroughs and cites Russ Meyer sexploitation comedies as his biggest influences, summed up their sensationalism in a 1998 interview with the Guardian Unlimited. "The fun was watching these really bad movies that really pushed the envelope and were really the only way that radical filmmakers could make movies at that time," he said.

Tarantino seemed to agree, describing his ideal film experience as a surreal one. "You question yourself, 'Am I even watching what I'm watching?' That's always been where cinema can go for me." Echoing both directors is actress and writer Tiffany Limos, who starred in Larry Clark's recent send-up of Roger Corman's 1958 sci-fi flick Teenage Caveman (which was christened "the worst film ever made" by lead actor Robert Vaughn). "I was raised on B-movies like Cirio H. Santiago's Death Force," Limos said. "They are funny and willing to show things others aren't. Most of them, content-wise, are pretty good! The budgets just weren't there." It was precisely their low-budgets that allowed such movies to (literally) get away with murder, Rodriguez told Premiere. "In those days, exploitation films couldn't afford stars, they didn't have big budgets, so they had 'exploitable elements'–things the other movies didn't have: the subject matter, the sex, or the action."

In an age when exploitation films are million-dollar deals seen by impressionable audiences, however, should such ultraviolence run rampant? "We're at war right now," Rodriguez told Fangoria magazine, "so let's take advantage of that. Scare people with things that are happening overseas."

Columbia professor David McKenna, who currently teaches an auteur studies class on notable B-movie alum Clint Eastwood, argues that the draw of films like Saw is that they "go for the audience's jugular," with the horror genre in particular acting as a projection of the collective unconscious. "We have to remember horror films rose to prominence around World War I," he says. The theory would certainly explain why, as Roston illustrated, the 1950s and '60s–the age of the Red Scare–were flooded with alien invasion flicks, or why Vietnam War-era horror films explored the disintegration of the family unit. B-films, as scary-movie maestro Wes Craven tells Roston, don't just radiate the sociopolitical climate–they "deflect it and reflect it."

Because films reflect the times they were made in, even nostalgia pieces like Grindhouse are characterized by a knowing attitude that is decidedly modern: they are B-movies for a new generation. While Tarantino is often accused of being a mere collage artist, McKenna opts for a hip-hop "remix" comparison instead. "Tarantino skillfully plays around with genre conventions, making old ideas new again," he says. "De Palma was regularly accused of ripping off Hitchcock. While I personally prefer original storytellers, as long as the spin is entertaining, the movies have accomplished their ultimate goal."

And as David Garrett, a student in Columbia's graduate film school and an MFA candidate, pointed out, B-movie plots have been entertaining mainstream audiences for years, only they've been disguised in big-budget clothing. "A-list movies such as Star Wars and Lord of the Rings have B-movie roots, as do directors like [Spider-Man's] Sam Raimi, who did the Evil Dead films," he says. After all, what is Jaws if not an old-fashioned Godzilla flick–except with a $12 million budget and an underwater setting?"
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Re: QT's Muse Tiffany Limos

Post by honeybunny » Fri Sep 07, 2007 3:54 am

She was NOT Larry Clark's girlfriend.  That was all a lie. 

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Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Fri Sep 07, 2007 10:50 am

how are you so sure?

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Post by Pete » Fri Sep 07, 2007 11:31 am

A re-creation of the conversation on the flight: (S = stewardess)

QT: Blahh! Outta the way! My BACK hurts!

S: Mr Tarantino, you sit up front in first class!

QT (Mr Orange hand motions): Look alriiiight, my fuckin back hurts okayyyy, I dont wanna sit up in no first class fuckin seat alriiiight.

S: Mr Tarantino, we have nice food up there, good drink too. Period on the Beach?

QT (pointing finger): Look goddamnit, I said NO alriiight!! Do I have a sign on my forehead that says: FIRST CLASS PASSENGER?! I DONT FUCKIN THINK SO okayyyy!

S: But...

QT: Butt OUT!! Wheres my wifey?! WIFEY!...where the fuck is that bi- WIFEY?!!

Tiffany: Yes dear?!

QT: Wifey, get this irritating bastard outta my fuckin face!

Tiff: YES DEAR!

S: (sobbing)

Tiff: Mr Tarantino wants to sit in coach with the regular folk!! (We see a fat guy itching his ass)...You understand english?!

S: What?

Tiff: English motherfucker! Do you speak it?!

S: Y-y-yes!

Tiff: Then you understand what we're sayin! Leave HIM alone!

QT (in old 30s gangster voice): Myeahhh! See?! Leave me alone or itll be coitins for ya see?! COITINS!!

S runs away crying.

QT: Good job wife!

Tiff: Thanks Hubby!!......HUBBY!

QT: Yes Wife?! I love you wife I just wanted to say that before this rant is over.

Tiff: Rolling Thunder is being shown in first class today!

(Suddenly we see a glow and QT magically begins to sit up straight. He loses his anger and becomes happy again)

QT: Sheeeeeeit Filipino thats all you had to say!!

QT and Tiff smile.

We see a Shaw Brothers style freeze frame/triumphant music sting and a title comes up:

THE END
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Post by Lucio Fulci » Fri Sep 07, 2007 12:35 pm

Hank Hill: "Te Heh, heh, that there is a funny script, I tell ya what. Bobby, what are you doin' - that boy ain't right!"

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Post by eastern_Beauty » Fri Sep 07, 2007 3:08 pm

PutneySwope wrote: A re-creation of the conversation on the flight: (S = stewardess)

QT: Blahh! Outta the way! My BACK hurts!

S: Mr Tarantino, you sit up front in first class!

QT (Mr Orange hand motions): Look alriiiight, my fuckin back hurts okayyyy, I dont wanna sit up in no first class fuckin seat alriiiight.

S: Mr Tarantino, we have nice food up there, good drink too. Period on the Beach?

QT (pointing finger): Look goddamnit, I said NO alriiight!! Do I have a sign on my forehead that says: FIRST CLASS PASSENGER?! I DONT FUCKIN THINK SO okayyyy!

S: But...

QT: Butt OUT!! Wheres my wifey?! WIFEY!...where the fuck is that bi- WIFEY?!!

Tiffany: Yes dear?!

QT: Wifey, get this irritating bastard outta my fuckin face!

Tiff: YES DEAR!

S: (sobbing)

Tiff: Mr Tarantino wants to sit in coach with the regular folk!! (We see a fat guy itching his ass)...You understand english?!

S: What?

Tiff: English motherfucker! Do you speak it?!

S: Y-y-yes!

Tiff: Then you understand what we're sayin! Leave HIM alone!

QT (in old 30s gangster voice): Myeahhh! See?! Leave me alone or itll be coitins for ya see?! COITINS!!

S runs away crying.

QT: Good job wife!

Tiff: Thanks Hubby!!......HUBBY!

QT: Yes Wife?! I love you wife I just wanted to say that before this rant is over.

Tiff: Rolling Thunder is being shown in first class today!

(Suddenly we see a glow and QT magically begins to sit up straight. He loses his anger and becomes happy again)

QT: Sheeeeeeit Filipino thats all you had to say!!

QT and Tiff smile.

We see a Shaw Brothers style freeze frame/triumphant music sting and a title comes up:

THE END

LMAO

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Post by honeybunny » Wed Oct 03, 2007 6:42 am

TIFFANY LIMOS AND QUENTIN IN THE PHILIPPINES.

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Re: QT's Muse Tiffany Limos

Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Thu Oct 11, 2007 1:19 pm

the wife of the flight. it reminds me the dialogue in death proof about abe being cecil's "set's wife"

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Post by Pioneer » Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:49 am

Don't get me wrong, but Tarantino is known to be an asshole in his personal life. One of my film professors from college used to tell us this story how he once saw Quentin in New York buying coffee and how he was bitching about it to the girl behind the counter. His opinion on Tarantino was "A great filmmaker, but a horrible person". I guess he was true.

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Post by me » Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:56 am

Sounds like qt was having a bad day

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Post by Scarface » Sat Oct 13, 2007 10:21 am

Pioneer wrote: Don't get me wrong, but Tarantino is known to be an asshole in his personal life. One of my film professors from college used to tell us this story how he once saw Quentin in New York buying coffee and how he was bitching about it to the girl behind the counter. His opinion on Tarantino was "A great filmmaker, but a horrible person". I guess he was true.
Because when somebody bitches about something automatically means he's  a horrible person, right? Whatever, buddy.

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Post by Pete » Sat Oct 13, 2007 2:27 pm

Yeah and when Seb met QT last summer, QT gave him a hug and was really nice to him. So, I guess that guy is right, QT is a terrible person. If you look at pictures of QT every single one is him with his arm around someone smiling. Every sdingle video of him Ive seen with his fans hes being really nice to them too.

Ya ever want to dropkick someone in the nuts? Thats how I feel after reading that post. Hes basically saying noone is allowed to have a bad day. Fuck you and your professor.
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Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:11 pm

i know a couple of persons who worked with him (marketing and distribution people for the release of kill bill here) and they all said the same thing: they rarely such a cool and easy going person to work with.

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Post by Lucio Fulci » Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:17 pm

And when I pestered QT for money he totally gave me some. He was all like "buy some pampers for your kids" and I was like "Cool Qt, you're the best"

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Re: QT's Muse Tiffany Limos

Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Sat Oct 13, 2007 6:32 pm

in the film business people who are happy with what they do are rare and qt is one of them so he is basically nicer than a lot of other filmmakers and that is that

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Re: QT's Muse Tiffany Limos

Post by Scarface » Sun Oct 14, 2007 1:37 am

Full Tilt Boogie is a prime example of how fun it is to work with QT. You want an asshole director? Try David O. Russell.

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Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Sun Oct 14, 2007 8:36 am

right. having say that, i couldn't care less if qt was an asshole. i've never met him I will probably never will as long as he is doing ib next, i couldn't care less about him being an asshole 8)

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