Pulp Fiction: A Quentin Tarantino Screenplay

by Quentin Tarantino | Plays & Scripts |
ISBN: 0786881046 Global Overview for this book
Registered by haahaahaa98 of Watertown, Massachusetts USA on 6/29/2018
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Journal Entry 1 by haahaahaa98 from Watertown, Massachusetts USA on Friday, June 29, 2018
To be released. Classic film!

Journal Entry 2 by haahaahaa98 at Watertown, Massachusetts USA on Friday, June 29, 2018

Released 1 yr ago (6/29/2018 UTC) at Watertown, Massachusetts USA

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To be released!

Journal Entry 3 by haahaahaa98 at Panera Bread - Porter Sq in Cambridge, Massachusetts USA on Saturday, January 12, 2019

Released 10 mos ago (1/12/2019 UTC) at Panera Bread - Porter Sq in Cambridge, Massachusetts USA

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Downstairs bookcrossing meeting.

Journal Entry 4 by wingedithdollwing at Winthrop, Massachusetts USA on Sunday, January 13, 2019
Caught at Boston Bookcrossing Jan. 2019 Meet-Up. To be read.

Journal Entry 5 by wingedithdollwing at Winthrop, Massachusetts USA on Saturday, August 24, 2019
Wasn't sure a script like this would be readable -- and I have seen the film. But I have to say that it was a very fast and interesting read. The intro says the author was also trying to do a modern update of 50's/early 60's hard boiled pulp fiction/hence the title. I wasn't aware of that before. Somewhat spoiler here -- the time line moves a couple of times around Vincent Vega character so you don't really know if he was killed or not with the boxer, or actually went to the coffee shop, etc. And is my only issue w/ narrative & continuity both with the film and script. Other note--Tarantino was already known in Hollywood, for writing Reservoir Dogs and True Romance -- well known enough to include tech. aspects like camera angles and shots -- usually screen writers are warned against doing that kind of specific direction (vague suggestions as part of setting a scene are okay/if limited) -- in general those calls about camera moves/angles -- are/it's to be left up to the director after the script is sold, etc.

Journal Entry 6 by wingedithdollwing at Winthrop, Massachusetts USA on Monday, August 26, 2019
8/26/19 Released Community bookshelf/case John McCormack Building/One Ashburton Place Boston MA 02108 lower level cafeteria.

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