Vincent Vega, unlike his colleague Jules, will have given his last name to the audience during the film. The most attentive and unconditional fans of Quentin Tarantino's filmography will remember the name "Vega". And for good reason, at the time, Tarantino had shot only one film: Reservoir Dogs. In the latter, one of the characters, known under the pseudonym of Mr. Blonde, was also known as Vic Vega. Quentin Tarantino, in interviews with fans, has indeed confirmed that Vincent Vega and Vic Vega were both brothers. Both, in fact, belong to the criminal world, but each having joined a different "crime syndicate".Vincent Vega, also called "Vince" Vega, is played by the talented John Travolta. Quentin Tarantino, then a child in the 70s, had always been fascinated by this actor who had become famous during that decade. Accustomed to the roles of a young leading man or a "good guy", Travolta, in playing Vincent Vega, took on a role that he played perfectly. Indeed, Vincent Vega is one of the ruthless henchmen of Marcellus Wallace, a boss of the Los Angeles mob. Dressed in a standard suit and tie, he usually has the task of eliminating those who have caused harm to his employer.Accustomed to working with his partner Jules Winnfield, he will have the opportunity to multiply the missions during the film. Coming to collect a debt, maintaining the wife of Marcellus Wallace in his absence or having hired to eliminate Butch, he will occupy a place in all the stories of Pulp Fiction.A gag in the film is that every time he goes to the bathroom, a drama occurs. Whether it's Mia Wallace's overdose, the hostage situation in the diner or his chance encounter with Butch Coolidge.Very self-effacing, relatively calm and apathetic compared to Jules, we will find him dancing with Mia Wallace, thus reviving the first films of Travolta, starting with Grease.The Funko POP Vincent Vega figure represents him with his work uniform. Austere, with his black suit and tie and his white shirt, he has all the look of a professional cleaner as we imagine in the movies. What's more, the Funko POP Vincent Vega appears with a face that perfectly suits the character's temperament. The calmness and apathy of the character, in fact, shine through in the half-open eyes of the Vincent Vega figure.Also, true to its attribution, we will not be surprised that the Vincent Vega POP figure brandishes a handgun. And for good reason, from the first scene of the character, he will make a very wise use after missing, with his partner, to be eliminated stupidly.Thus, the POP figure of Vincent Vega transcribes very exactly the character, cold, impassive, ready to empty a magazine while brandishing his weapon in front of him, which he never takes out for show, and always to make his intentions clear. Intentions often bellicose.
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