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To continue our Inspiration Series, this week I’m talking about how Pulp Fiction not only slays me, but also inspires my writing.
So funny, G and I just happened to catch it a couple of weeks ago. The restaurant scene with Travolta and Uma, LOVE. You’re so spot on Nancy (per usual The dialog is fantastic. I could live without the OD scene though – wowza.
Pulp Fiction is a huge influence on me as well. The dialogue, the grit of the characters, and the ease of their survival skills are prevalent is so much of what I’ve written.
My favorite scenes are the dialogue heavy ones – Jules & Vinnie is the car & diner. Honey Bunny & Ringo in the diner. Vinnie and Mrs. Wallace in the theme restaurant, Lance & Vinnie in the bedroom drug deal.
[...] vlogged last week about Pulp Fiction’s non-linear storytelling, and I immediately connected it to a memoir I read [...]
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