An underrated crime satire made with obvious love for all the old movies, PULP is filled with cinema inside jokes and will surely be appreciated more by someone who has a knowledge of film. Hack writer Caine publishes books under various names because no publisher would buy such a
prodigious output if he knew the work was coming from one mind. A former funeral director, Caine now lives in Rome, having abandoned his family, and spends every waking hour pounding out cheap detective novels. Stander appears and asks Caine if he would be willing to ghostwrite the autobiography
of a mysterious celebrity. Stander is a gangster type, but Caine is a prostitute when it comes...