Pulp Fiction – Culte

25 years ago the great Clint Eastwood was giving the Golden Palm to the young Quentin Tarantino
for Pulp Fiction, a movie that was going to revolitionize independent films for ever.

By Franck Lebraly
Images Theo Bosschaert

Reading time 2 min.

Pulp Fiction


  • Pulp Fiction
  • Grand Rex
  • Golden Palm
  • Tarantino

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