It's been nearly twenty years since Rosanna Arquette graced the screen as a heavily pierced, tripped out girl in Pulp Fiction. In 2012, she sat down with Popcorn Biz to share her memories of working with Quentin Tarantino and the infamous adrenaline shot scene.

Quentin knows his stuff. First of all he puts the cast together and you're all rehearsing for quite a while. I think he rehearsed that for a few weeks - the whole film. I know that we had days of rehearsing, maybe even a week of rehearsal, in that house and we did the big, famous, adrenaline scene in Uma Thurman's heart. That gives you a lot of freedom to do what you want to do, to come up with things, to throw them out if they don't work, to really try new things, before you kind of show up on the set when you'd woken up at 4 in the morning and gone, "God. I wish I would've done that differently." You don't have to do that because you've already worked through that. That week of rehearsal really is magical.

Read the full interview here.

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