Pulp Fiction is an electrifying, mesmerizing motion picture. Pulp Fiction behind the scenes stories, on the other hand, are far less violent, but they offer their own entertainment value. On just his second film, director Quentin Tarantino assembled an A-list cast that included John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, and Christopher Walken. His story focused on criminals and lowlifes, asking us to identify with - and even like - them in unexpected ways. The snappy pop-culture references, twisty timeline, and creative violence left audiences breathless upon its release in 1994. And the mysterious glowing briefcase was a particular source of fascination. Pulp Fiction's impact on the industry was seismic - it reinvented the crime genre and set a template for indie films for years to come.
Making this classic wasn't always easy. The studio chief didn't want to hire John Travolta, there were disputes regarding the writing process, and a well-known rock band refused to allow one of their songs to be used on the soundtrack. Even if not everything went according to plan, it certainly went according to fate. The movie could not be more beloved.
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