Friday, 4 February 2011

Pulp Fiction in 11,5 Minutes

Been a while since you last saw Quentin Tarantino's decidedly best film? If you have 11.28 minutes to spare, search no further. Let us start off with a brief summary of the dialogue and the plot.

Following this display of the brilliance and versatility of certain words, emjoy a coulple of memorable scenes. First up is the lovely dance scene with Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) and Vincent Vega (John Travolta) (which, incidentally, is a homage to this dance from Fellini's 8 1/2).

The sad demise of Marvin:

The history of a heirloom as narrated by Captain Koons (Christopher Walken):

The perilous future of Zed, currently under the watchchful glare of Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames):

A clarification of techincal terminology as well as a short biographical note on Zed:

And finally, Misirlou as performed by Dick Dale & The Del Tones in A Swinging Affair (1963). Incidentally, the background for the odd name can be found in the original Greek traditional.

Sources: Youtube

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