Pulp Fiction Thursday: Down There/Shoot The Piano Player

David Goodis was one of the most interesting and accomplished crime fiction writers of his era. Many of his books were made into movies. The most interesting one by far was Francois Truffaut’s adaption of Down There. He improved upon the title so later editions of the Goodis book were titled Shoot The Piano Player.

Here’s the movie poster. C’est manifique.

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