Two Lights and a Battery

pulp_fiction_20_moments-quotes_640x360_342408771725On this week’s episode of Someone Else’s Movie, we tackle a title I’m surprised it took this long to get to: Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, the blockbuster indie that changed the face of American cinema.

(I mean, okay, probably it was Reservoir Dogs that started all the chatty-gangster knockoffs, but Pulp‘s financial success certainly made that subgenre more attractive.)

My guest is Noel Clarke, whom you may have seen as Mickey on Doctor Who a while back; he’s gone on to develop a substantial side career for himself as a writer and director of such movies as Adulthood, and The Anomaly. He brought his latest, Brotherhood, to TIFF earlier this month, which is how we got to sit down.

It’s a solid episode, and it’s available right now on iTunesGoogle Play and Stitcher, or straight from the source. Pick a platform and enjoy!

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