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Pulp Fiction - infographic

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UPDATE #2: Check out the new version here! : [link]

UPDATE: Thanks for the fav's and views everyone!

I was inspired to make this after seeing Randall Munroe's (xkcd) movie narrative charts: [link]

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aleparveg's avatar

Reaaally nice infographic... seeing it now, Im kind of curious about the little white key at the top of the Butch time line... what is that referring to?

Thanks a lot!!!

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1-M-3-A-3-U-7-S's avatar
This makes more sense than other plot maps I've seen for Pulp Fiction and other Tarantino films
Rowanrho's avatar
Obviously you're a designer...
beatrix666's avatar
fucking amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :trophy: :trophy: :trophy:
babbletrish's avatar
Your movie narrative charts are elegant and entertaining. Great work!
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tcfusion's avatar
awesome graphic
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nlawson2010's avatar
Paul also makes a brief appearance, with some spoken lines in the Prelude to the Gold Watch...When Paul tells Marsellus that they found Butch's trainer but not Butch himself.
..In case it matters.
dehahs's avatar
you're absolutely right. i forget why, but i remember deciding not to re-label him there.

might have to reconsider, heh. thanks for the feedback!
nlawson2010's avatar
Paul also makes a brief appearance, with some spoken lines in the Prelude to the Gold Watch...When Paul tells Marsellus that they found Butch's trainer but not Butch himself.
..In case it matters.
GraphicFoundry's avatar
Again with your cleverness! I had thought for a moment you weren't going to explain the cinematic sequence of events, but it's down in the corner :D. Great job. Great movie, too.
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This is very good
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Conundrumist's avatar
This is a really great chart, but I have one critique. I felt this such an important piece of information that I immediately made an account in order to inform you.

The "fourth man" is Flock-of-Seagulls. In the scene Jules calls him by this name and he is credited as such at the end of the film.

Correct this one major oversight and your chart shall rule the galaxy as father and son.
Conundrumist's avatar
Aha, forgive me. I reexamined your chart and you have him as Roger. Your Pulp Fiction knowledge is obviously more complete than mine. And my brothers to whom I should cease to listen as it was he who pointed out your "oversight." Once again apologies and excellent work on your most accurate inforgraphic.
dehahs's avatar
Haha no prob :D
spit316's avatar
Looking at this chart makes me realize how Tarantino's technique puts Jules throughout the entire story, when, in reality, he would have been there for about half of it. The movie would have been terrible if Jules up and walked the earth halfway through.
dehahs's avatar
Heh yea, Jules pretty much makes the movie.
stekkes's avatar
awesome work! A poster would be really nice indeed.
dehahs's avatar
Thanks! I'm still thinking about a workaround.
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