Watch: Why DO the Characters in Quentin Tarantino’s PULP FICTION Spend So Much Time in the Bathroom?

Watch: Why DO the Characters in Quentin Tarantino’s PULP FICTION Spend So Much Time in the Bathroom?

Of the myriad questions raised by Quentin Tarantino’s now-classic Pulp Fiction, I would have to confess that one of them was not, for me, "Why do the film’s characters spend so much time in the bathroom?" And yet this video essay by Michele Bucci raises the question, and answers it, and argues for its validity. The answer is more complicated than you might think–it reaches towards both the true definition of pulp, as well as examining what’s going on (beyond the obvious) when Vincent Vega, Mia Wallace, et al. are in that little room. Enjoy!

3 thoughts on “Watch: Why DO the Characters in Quentin Tarantino’s PULP FICTION Spend So Much Time in the Bathroom?”

  1. Dale and JT are here mmm we see it both comments,let me see the tickle again oh yes . . . it’s a Rome ceiling *get you out of failure to complys 1 2 3 Luara like a word for word,out of failure to complys 1 2 3* ahh.,we can go to con the con now.

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  2. release the Cracking . . . .,why don’t you uhm bite on that ****ty. "the lamps good also" oh the Gneral serves hard I had to let him know again I imagine "well he knows I was Jesus" I let him know that Ben Franklin adopted me and I was like a walls child then I became George Washington he was my son on that and Jesus and so was **th and Olive oil Sammy was my Dad,Rome ceiling any confusement mm.Well uhm according do this shadow spur it all got threw before it started to avoid conflicts with Rome ceiling it like got threw. "Pumpkin head"

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