If you’ve ever wanted to kick back and watch a movie with Hollywood star Uma Thurman, maybe ask her a few questions while swirling around some drinks, now’s your chance.
In honour of Pulp Fiction’s 20th anniversary, the actress is auctioning off a soirée for you and 55 of your closest friends. The evening will include an exclusive private screening of Quentin Tarantino’s cult classic, followed by a Q&A and cocktails with Thurman. (Sorry, no Royales with cheese here).
The 1994 film won numerous awards including Best Original Screenplay and the Palme d’Or. Thurman received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nom for her role as failed actress Mia Wallace.
The screening will take place on 14 September at NeueHouse in New York City, so you’d also need to make sure you (and your 55 friends) were in the Big Apple that weekend…
Proceeds from the auction will go to Room to Grow, an organisation whose mission is to “enrich the lives of babies born into poverty throughout their critical first three years of development.” Thurman has been involved with the chaity since its founding in 1998.
As of Thursday, the current bid is $8,500… Maybe you and 55 of your friends can split the total. You have until 23 July to gather up the contents of your piggy banks.
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