Words by Elizabeth Cuomo
Are you struggling with the endless, disturbing flow of news surrounding Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination?
One ray of sunshine and a respite from this week’s trauma-inducing shitstorm comes from directors, Josh and Ben Safdie, who have graced us with some comedic relief.
On September 28th, under the twitter handle @ElaraPictures, the directors behind films Good Time and Heaven Knows What, released a minute-long mashup of Samuel L. Jackson’s iconic Pulp Fiction monologue cut with replies from a stammering, weeping, extremely hydrated Kavanaugh. With over 530k views by Monday morning, there’s something deeply satisfying about living vicariously through Jules.
Even Samuel L. Jackson approves of the video, tweeting, “Funny as hell, but there’s nothing funny about his Lying Fratboy Ass!!!”.
CHECK OUT THE BIG BRAIN ON BRETT! pic.twitter.com/Y4AF0ANXZO
— Elara Pictures (@ElaraPictures) September 28, 2018
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