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Pulp Fiction's mysterious fixer Wolf's adventures will continue beyond the movie. For a series of UK insurance adverts. Following his directorial debut with Reservoir Dogs, it was obvious Quentin Tarantino was an exciting new cinematic voice. He proved this with his second feature, Pulp Fiction, which wove together three different storylines and featured a superb script and cast, including Uma Thurman, John Travolta and a career-making turn by Samuel L. Jackson. While Tarantino followed Pulp Fiction with iconic films like Kill Bill and Inglourious Basterds, Pulp Fiction is still considered one of his defining works. It also inspired a wave of films trying to recapture his style, like Boondock Saints, Things To Do in Denver When you're Dead and Go, but nobody could do it quite as well. The director isn't really one for sequels-outside of Kill Bill: Volume 2, though he considers that second part of one movie-so Pulp Fiction 2 has never happen. At different times, directors mull spinoffs focusing on Jackson's ex-hitman Jules or on the Vega brothers, Vic and Vincent, played by Michael Madsen and John Travolta in Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction respectively. Neither project is likely to happen now, however. Pulp Fiction also reunites Quentin Tarantino with his Reservoir Dogs star Harvey Keitel, who plays Winston Wolf in the movie. Wolf is a cleaner who shows up to help Vincent and Jules clean up the mess they made after accidentally shooting an accomplice in the face in their car. Wolf's excellent advice and time management skills lead them to dispose of mess with relative ease. Winston Wolf probably isn't obvious choice when it comes to Pulp Fiction characters going on continuing adventures, but that will happen in 2015 thanks to a series of advents from UK insurance company Direct Line. Harvey Keitel reprises his role as Wolf, appears to various people throughout the UK to convince them of the wisdom of switching to Direct Line. While the potential for cringing is high, ads have just the right amount of wry humor to keep them amusing, and Keitel is still endlessly charming in part. It's still strange seeing a Pulp Fiction character helping to sell Direct Line insurance, and it apparently takes Harvey Keitel himself to convince Quentin Tarantino to sign off on the concept. Adverts must be quite popular as Wolf is still the face of Direct Line to this day. Its pronounced Paw-rick, not Pad-raig. Now that out of way, brief introduction. Padraig has been writing about films online since 2012, When friend asked if hed like to contribute an occasional review or feature to their site. Part-time hobby soon blossomed into a career when he discovered he really loved writing about movies, TV and video games-he even had a little bit of talent for it.

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Biography Edit

Winston Wolf, also known as Wolf, was a member of an organized crime cartel run by Marsellus Wallace, based out of Los Angeles, California. Wolf's specialty was cleaning up evidence left behind by Wallace's men. When hitman Vincent Vega accidentally shoots and kills one of their own men, Marvin, Marsellus calls in Wolf to take care of it. Vincent and his partner, Jules Winnfield, had already taken the car with Marvin's bloody remain to the home of one of Marsellus' friends, Jimmie Dimmick. When Wolf arrive, he wastes no time and begins issuing instructions to Vincent and Jules on how to clean up the car and dispose of the body. Vincent does not care about Winston's abrupt demeanor, citing that. 'please' would be nice when giving out orders. Winston explained that his expediency was key towards making this whole mess go away, and as such, sometimes manners need to be ignore. However, Winston punctuates this statement by asking him, pretty please, with sugar on top. Clean fucking car. To make restitution with Jimmie Dimmick for inconvenience, Mister Wolf was allowed to pay him a large sum of money. Once the car was cleaned up and Vincent and Jules were cleaned up, Winston Wolf drove off in vehicle and disposed of it.

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Behind the Scenes Edit

Quoting Ezekiel 25: 17 from Pulp Fiction will likely get you laugh out of Sunday school class. That is because the recitation by Samuel L. Jacksons character veers substantially from actual Bible verse. Scripture isnt only thing writer-director Quentin Tarantino take creative liberties with for the film that premiered at Cannes Film Festival on May 21 1994. In honor of the movie's 25 anniversary, this collection of trivia, inside jokes and behind-scenes lore: Among actresses reportedly considered for the role of Mia, who goes to Uma Thurman were Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Meg Ryan, Michelle Pfeiffer and Joan Cusack. Ellen DeGeneres tried out for the role of Jody, pierce-face wife of Vincent Vegas drug dealer, that ultimately went to Rosanna Arquette. Blink and you may miss her, but comedian Kathy Griffin appears in the scene where bad guy Marsellus Wallace collides with Butch. Griffin has said she used to date Tarantino. Saturday Night Live alum Julia Sweeney had bite role as junkyard owner and Wolfs breakfast date, Raquel. In real life, she had been married to Stephen Hibbert, who played Gimp in the film. Steve Buscemi make cameo as Buddy Holly, waiter at Jack Rabbit Slims. Producer Richard Gladstein told Vanity Fair that when Jackson did his second audition for the role of Jules, he Show up with a burger and fried key props in one of the Films pivotal scenes. The actor proceeds to consume meal so menacingly that Gladstein say, I think that this guy was going to shoot a gun right through my head. Tarantino gets a lot of use out of the Honda Civic that Butch drives in the film. Its same car Pam Grier drives in the title role of Jackie Brown, and it appears in the parking lot scene in Kill Bill: Volume 2. And speaking of cars, 1964 Chevelle Malibu convertible driven by Vincent Vega actually belongs to Tarantino and was stolen shortly after the film came out. Yahoo reported that one Bill Hemenez of San Leandro, California, spent more than 40 000 on restoring the classic ride, which he had for a dozen years before police informed him in 2013 that it was a famous vehicle. Hemenez had never See film and did not know who Tarantino was at the time. The car was returned to Tarantino. Another of the movie ' memorable props comes straight from the Tarantino pocket. Jules wallet, which had Bad Mother F * r written on it, actually belongs to the director. The scene where Vincent plunges a syringe into Mias ' chest to revive her from overdose was Film With Travolta pulling a needle out of her, and then Film was ran backward. One of Tarantino's friends, recovering heroin addict, advises Travolta on how best to portray the man riding that horse. He told the actor that getting drunk on tequila while relaxing in a hot bath would closely approximate heroin high without him actually having to do drug.

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Go Big or Go Home

Pulp Fiction's most tranquil moment, is perhaps itas most memorable because of its slow disclosure and dramatically shifting tone. Vietnam War veteran Captain Koons visits 5-year-old Butch Coolidge at his suburban home to bestow upon him the family heirloom, Gold Watch purchased by Butchas great-grandfather during WWI. The watch was then passed down to Butchas grandfather, who wore Watch in WWII, and his father, who died with Watch in Vietnamese POW camp. Koonsa story begins as sort of formal military-death notification, but quickly goes off rails when he tells young Butch that his father had to hide Watch up his ass so his captors wouldnat discover and confiscate it. Craft say of location, aI was looking for the interior; that house would be Freeze in Time. What initially attracted him to the house that was eventually chose was that it had topiaries in the front yard. AThere were older people who lived there and it hadnat change. Wasco recalled that the house was in Mar Vista or nearby. Riffing off the wood paneling of period-accurate bar, Reynolds-Wasco brought in furniture made of rattan. AIt makes me feel, watching it again, sort of like the War movies about Pearl Harbor in Honolulu or something, say Reynolds-Wasco. AIt was sort of military-wifeas-home-near-abase type of look is kind of what we were going for.

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Stay calm, cool, and collected

Wolf was called upon to fix the situation caused by Jules and Vincent, and it had the potential to go incredibly wrong: irritable stake holders, very tight deadline, and complex problem to solve. And if that is stressful enough, failure will result in jail time for everyone involve. The job of designer can often be stressful, especially when faced with tight deadline. The key is to stay calm, cool, and correct and no one does this better than Wolf. His unflappable demeanor assures everyone that the situation is under control, and that if they listen to him, theyll get out of circumstances theyre in.

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Prioritize

Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction has no shortage of memorable lines and scenes. Harvey Keitel's character, Winston Wolfe, is particularly quotable, and he does exactly what independent filmmakers have to do hundreds of times on a daily basis: solve problems. IndieWire has a great post detailing 9 reasons why the actions of 'The Wolf' are applicable to independent filmmaking. Be 100 % reliable. Prioritize bad news first Take things off your managers platethen own It. Write things down Strategy is for amateurs, tactics are for professionals. You cant manage what you dont understand. Start tough, then soften up. If it not working, end it. This one is really most important to me if you are in charge of independent film: One of the goals of this site is to make everyone better filmmaker through knowledge. We strive every single day to help others understand something little better, and hopefully, at some point, you will have acquired enough knowledge to really have grasp all aspects of filmmaking. It's really easy to sit back and just expect everything to work perfectly and everyone to do exactly what they're supposed to do, but when you're making a film for no money, more often than not, you're going to be dealing with people who don't have a lot of experience and need to be push in right direction to get job Do. It's important as someone in charge of film to know basic amount about each crew position and about the gear they are using, as well as each step in your workflow-because if something goes wrong, you've got to be there to fix it. My biggest gripe with independent filmmaking is that often people worry more about fixing problems than actually fixing them. Most of the time-we don't have the luxury to stand around and discuss something-there just aren't enough crew people. It makes a lot more sense to quickly think of workable solution and fix the problem immediately-and avoid wasting any more time in the process. To steal the Nike motto: 'Just Do It. ' Stop standing around and do what you have to do-we're all under-fund, under-nourish, and underpaid-we're in this together-so just get it done Get any other Winston Wolfe or Pulp Fiction quotes we can turn into filmmaking advice? If so, please share them below.

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