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The Bible According to Quentin Tarantino

Director Tarantio is known for reimagining many things, perhaps most famously for his reworked ending of World War II in Inglorious Basterds. But I like most what he did with the Bible in Pulp Fiction. In that film, the character … Continue reading

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Getting Into Character

There’s a noted scene in Pulp Fiction where Jules and Vincent quit their arguing, at least temporarily, to get into character. The two hoodlums go on to kill a room full of thieves. I, too, have to get into character. … Continue reading

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