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The Path of the Righteous Man Throughout the movie Pulp Fiction runs many ties to the Bible Jules recites and later analyzes a passage from the Bible and which portion each person would represent There is a character Lance who shares a strong likeness with Jesus Lance is Vincents dealer that Vincent can get is euphoric feeling from and later helps him to resurrect Mia Wallace The stories themselves within the move also share similarities to those in the Bible A strong theme throughout the instances with Jules and Vincent is the acknowledgement of God and his presence In one of the most intense scenes in the movie Jules and Vincent go to an apartment to retrieve a briefcase for Marcellus What Jules and Vincent are picking up at the apartment is a briefcase for Marcellus The camera never shows what is inside the briefcase but is supposed to be the most beautiful thing everyone has seen Any person who ends up looking at its contents becomes momentarily entranced by what they see it is Marcellus soul The briefcase must be unlocked with the code 666 which is the number of the beast devil The briefcase emits a glow as a soul would if it were materialized In the Bible when the devil takes a soul he takes it from the back of a persons head When we first see Marcellus in the movie all that is shown is the back of his head with a large Band-Aid on it Later we see that at the end of this scene a person that was hiding in the bathroom comes out firing a hand cannon at Jules and Vincent They look at the wall behind them and there are bullet-holes behind where they are standing Vincent plays off the incident as though it werent a big deal but Jules sees it as divine intervention It is possible that God spared these two due to the
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