Widely regarded as Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece, the ultra-violent comedic crime thriller Pulp Fiction followed the intertwining tales of Los Angeles oddballs John Travolta, Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman and Bruce Willis with a punchy dialogue and a mixing pot of B-movie, pulp and pop culture references. A cool and critically acclaimed cult Classic, Pulp Fiction was a huge financial success for Miramax and the most influential film of the decade, changing the face of independent cinema.
The Stark graphic impact of Bernard Bittler's retro pulp-magazine style illustration against the blood red title make this epic French Grande one of the most desirable posters for the quintessential 1990s Classic. Known as the 'second chance style,' Travolta's speech bubble loosely translates as It seems that some people still haven't seen Pulp Fiction. Do we shoot the lot or give them a second chance? Prior to its wide theatrical release in October 1994, the film had debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May, winning the prestigious Palme d'Or.
Conservation backed on linen. Backing and light colour touching have smoothed and diminished three vertical and three horizontal machine folds and minor wear to lower left crossfold. A few faint grubby marks to corners. Image and colours excellent.