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Pulp Fiction


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Quentin Tarantino 's multi-award-winning crime drama. Downtown Los Angeles: lovebirds Honey Bunny and Pumpkin plan to hold up a diner. Washed-up boxer Butch is paid to throw his last fight, but has other ideas. The
Wolf has to get Vincent and Jules out of a sticky situation after they are asked to recover stolen property, and Vincent has to escort his boss's wife for the night. All these stories interweave in a world where violence, perverse humour and fast talk are a way of life. Widescreen.
(1994. 18) (S) (W) Films: pp 51-80 ★★★★★


Unknown: Quentin Tarantino
Vincent Vega: John Travolta
Jules Winnfield: Samuel Ljackson
Mia Wallace: Uma Thurman
The Wolf: Harvey Keitel
Pumpkin: Tim Roth
HoneyBunny: Amanda Plummer
Butch Coolidge: Bruce Willis
Fabienne Maria: De Medeiros
Marsellus: Wallace Vingrhames
Lance: Eric Stoltz
Jody: Rosanna Arquette
Captain Koons: Christopher Walken
Jimmie: Quentin Tarantino
Surly Buddy Holly Waiter: Steve Buscemi
The Gimp: Stephen Hibbert

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