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Pulp Fiction in 60 seconds

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The creative minds of 1A4 Studios are continuing their quest to bring classic films to the masses in bite-sized chunks of 60 second goodness.

Their latest offering: Pulp Fiction. The multiple narrative strands of Tarantino's classic present 1A4 with a bit more of a challenge this time round, but they've duly knocked it out of the park, managing to recreate the film's mashed up timeline in a nearly-all-there linear sequence.

Head over to their YouTube channel to vote for which film you'd like to see them miniaturise next.

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