Here is the chronological sequence of the Tarantino’s cult classic Pulp Fiction. Not only is it one of the most influential independent films of all time, but the unconventional plot makes the story a labyrinth. Critics often butt heads over the simple matter of what genre this masterpiece is. It’s been called everything from “neo-noir” to black comedy to “trippy fantasy landscape”.
If you’ve seen it, I’m preaching to the converted. Unless, of course, the movie was “too weird” for you. I, for one don’t mind that. A truly unique film is a gem, especially when it is projected through cream-of-the-crop professionals. (Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta and Uma Thurman, to name a few)
If you haven’t, and you’ve got an open mind… well, it’s must-see. This is film in the 90’s at it’s finest. In a rather post-modern fashion, it’s non-linear storyline intertwines the lives of all sorts of American deviants. It focuses on all the sheisty criminal activity that culminates beneath the surface of our culture.
For all the fans, here’s a dissection of the twisting, labyrinthine plot, laid out like never before. I was very pleased to find this. (via)