Enormous wave surfing
Before Quentin Tarantino, going to the cinema was considered a punishment, often used as a threat to kids who wouldn’t finish their vegetables. At the time all film releases were AIDS or cancer lectures, always fronted by straight faced borons like Tom Hanks or Jodie Foster. It was awful. Then along came Quentin with Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, and suddenly everyone walked in slow motion to funk tracks – wicked. Hence, when we found out he was turning 46 today, we knew we had to get him a present. We put on suits and headed to a diner to discuss it, and things got extremely heated. It boiled down to a toss up between a collection of Elvis fridge magnets, or a video of a surfer performing the impossible. In the end we got him both. Happy Birthday Tarantino!