Tarantino sells several cutscenes from Pulp Fiction as NFT’s

19:07, 03 November 2021
Tarantino sells several cutscenes from Pulp Fiction as NFT’s

An American director Quentin Tarantino is planning to auction off several parts of his original handwritten script, cutscenes, and his audio commentary as NFT’s (non-fungible token), the CNBC broadcaster reported. 

Taranino said the NFT piece will be tied to seven scenes from the movie and all it will be auctioned off "in about a month."

"For instance, the character that John Travolta plays, Vincent, he wasn't Vincent originally," Tarantino explained on stage at the NFT.NYC conference. "All the misspellings, all the weird doodles, all the weird notes to myself that are written in this thing, it's all there."

Pulp Fiction was released in 1994 as the movie won Oscars, BAFTAs, and Golden Globes for Best Original Screenplay, as well as the Palme d'Or at the 1994 Cannes Film Festival and over forty other awards.

 In 2013, the film was listed on the US National Film Register as having cultural, historical, and aesthetic significance.

NFT is a digital blockchain certificate confirming the right of its owner to have the original copy of any work of art or a cultural object.