Movies: “Pulp Fiction” Kerry Style

Everything I know about modern-day British culture, I get from one of two sources: the BBC program “Quite Interesting” hosted by Stephen Fry and The Graham Norton Show. It’s strangely intriguing to me; like a window hidden under a painting that had always been there and I’m just now opening it to look at this marvelous place.

‘What has she learned?’ you may ask.

About Terry’s Chocolate Oranges.

Terry's-Dark-Chocolate-Orange

About the Clangers.

And about “Pulp Fiction” in a Kerry accent. Kerry County is an area in the southwestern part of Ireland.

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County Kerry in Ireland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graham Norton had Tarantino on his show and explained as such:

This is the interview with the makers of the video, talking about seeing their video on the Graham Norton Show and their reaction.

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2 thoughts on “Movies: “Pulp Fiction” Kerry Style

  1. I love QI, have to watch it with subtitles, though.
    You don’t watch any of Charlie Brooker’s stuff? Probably too British but I like his sense of humour.
    May you want to watch more British TV try filmon 🙂

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