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On the thirtieth anniversary of the film's release, the stars of Tarpaulin reunited

On the thirtieth anniversary of the film's release, the stars of Tarpaulin reunited

Thirty years ago, Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction was released, which, according to many, had a major impact on filmmaking itself. At the TCM Classic Film Festival, a discussion took place with the main cast of the film. Uma Thurman, John Travolta, Harvey Keitel and Samuel L. Jackson were asked about their connection to the film.

According to Thurman, the work changed cinema. “I have had a beautifully evolving and growing relationship with Bonfaregne throughout my life. He changed cinematography and has changed every director I have met since.”

In addition to the four main actors, several of the film's makers were in the audience — Bruce Willis stayed away — but were not allowed to speak. Instead of Willis, his wife, Emma Hemming Willis, and his daughter, Tallulah Willis, went to the event and received a standing ovation from the audience.

Harvey Keitel, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, and John Travolta at the 30th anniversary screening of the novel – Photo: JC Oliveira / 2024 WireImage

Keitel talked about how director Quentin Tarantino mispronounced his name when they first met, then went on to talk about how influential the director was.

“Quentin is one of those who changed the environment in which we worked with his enormous talent. His aesthetic force was so strong that he was able to change the direction, and we are all here tonight for the same reason: respect for art and the artist. God knows that our country is in dire need of “It is now because we see what is happening there.”

Travolta's career was saved by the novel Tarpaulin. “I had a great first act and was desperate for a second act. Quentin took me to the moon and back. After that, the number of opportunities available was mind-boggling. I mean the actor can only imagine what happened to me next. It was next level,” he said.

Samuel L. took Jackson took a different approach: “It radically changed my life because it was that role where people suddenly started thinking I was the coolest guy in the world.”

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