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<font class=”Apple-style-span” color=”#333333″ face=”Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif” size=”2″>Tarantino continues his tradition of incorporating aspects of the Netherlands into his films. He wrote the script in Amsterdam, in a hotel room and in coffee shop (“Dutch” for hash-bar) Betty Boop. He stayed for several months, and left the video rental store “Cult Video” with an unpaid bill of about $150. This stay explains the references to Dutch culture and customs at the beginning of the movie. Vincent tells his heroin dealer that “I just got back from Amsterdam and discusses it with Jules in their opening scene. In the conversation in the Jack Rabbit Slims restaurant, Mia mentions that she goes to Amsterdam to “chill out” for a month or two every now and again. In the same restaurant, Vincent smokes Drum, which is a Dutch rolling tobacco. Also, the book version of the movie’s screenplay includes some cut dialogue between Vincent and Mia – he realizes that she was “the girl in the cowboy hat” in a photo at a hash bar they both visited, the Cobra, which is right across from the Anne Frank house in Amsterdam. Also in the scene at the motel with Butch, he calls Fabiene “tulip”, then she says she likes to be called “tulip”, as this flower has come to be a trademark symbol of the Netherlands. </font>