‘Pulp Fiction’ – Sound On Sight Radio #147


Director/screenwriter/actor/producer Quentin Tarantino was perhaps the most distinctive and explosive talent to emerge in American film in the early ’90s. Unlike the previous generation of American filmmakers, Tarantino learned his craft from his days as a video store clerk, rather than as a film school student. He developed an audacious fusion of pop culture and independent art house cinema and his films were distinguished by their clever, twisting dialogue as their outbursts of extreme violence. Today we take a look at three of Tarantino’s films starting with his Palme Dòr winning Pulp Ficiton, his very under-rated Jackie Brown and his half of the grindhouse double feature Deathproof.



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