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Pulp Fiction: Screenplay (Faber Classic Screenplay)
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This is a script book. I bought this for a friend who is a real Pulp Fiction fan. He doesn't usually read many books but i thought he just might get into this one. He was very pleased. Well worth buying for fans of the film.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 4 April 2013
Pulp fiction is possibly one of the greatest examples of post-modern film making. Romance, betrayal, Violence combined with witty dialogue, Quentin Tarantino knows how to write and direct a good film. Anyone who is interested in scriptwriting should buy this and ignore the bad reviews. It has almost become `cool' to hate on Quentin Tarantino. I will admit that his style isn't for everyone but he is a genius when it comes to films whether you like his films or not.
The only slight comment on the product itself was that it isn't a standard manuscript size, more a small book, other than this everything was good.
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on 17 August 2013
Tarantino at his best, as a film, screenplay or as a series of vignettes, this is one of the best bits of writings, for screen or stage. Thoroughly recommended to everyone.
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on 18 December 2012
bought as a present because >I knew it would have been apreciated. and it is!!!
i might be interested for my personal wish, in something similar in the future.
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on 29 March 2013
I really enjoyed reading the parts that were either added or taken away during filming. A fantastic, funny and violent script with sharp dialogue. My favourite film.
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on 18 April 2014
I write screen plays so I thought this would help me, but its so small you dont know what page is what, great screenplay but not for what I bought it for :(
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on 13 January 2014
I bought this for a Pulp Fiction obsessed twenty something - he was thrilled to receive it and has studied it from cover to cover
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13 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on 14 November 2000
I bought this book after watching the film and instantly i was drawn into the pace of the book. The film seems slow, but gritty and fascinating -which what made the film and the book so great. Reading this book brings back all those great conversations like the 'Royale with Cheese' and the 'Restaurants, on the other hand...!' Its a book which you can dive into, and feel the wit, spark and black humour. A must read for any aspiring screenplay writer!
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on 1 July 2015
A good compliment to the film. An enjoyable read, in an easy-to-follow play format.
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0 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Oh mates , you've got to own this . You liked the film , you'll like the book. You'll get to know how the original script was , the -now legendary-lines "ezekiel 25:17...." and the story behind the group shot of Travolta , Jackson and Keitel on page 165, which didn't show up in the film.
it's too cheap,use it to complete your order.

"what , ain't no country i know! do they speak english in what?"
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