Cinema Tarantino: The Making of Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction

Made for $8.5 million, it earned $214 million worldwide, making it the top-grossing independent film at the time. Roger Ebert called it “the most influential” movie of the 1990s, “so well-written in a scruffy, fanzine way that you want to rub noses in it—the noses of those zombie writers who take ‘screenwriting’ classes that teach them the formulas for ‘hit films.’ ”

Pulp Fiction resuscitated the career of John Travolta, made stars of Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman, gave Bruce Willis new muscle at the box office, and turned Harvey and Bob Weinstein, of Miramax, into giants of independent cinema. Harvey calls it “the first independent movie that broke all the rules. It set a new dial on the movie clock.”

Lees het hele (lange) verhaal op Vanity Fair, met foto’s, scriptfragmenten en commentaren van de acteurs, producenten en Tarantino zelf.

Zeer de moeite waard!

En als extragratis bonus nog wat behind the scenes foto’s.

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