Coffee house makes Hollywood debut
Oct 27, 2013 / 6:29 pm
Pulp Fiction Coffee House was full of lights and action Thursday afternoon when a movie crew took over the local coffee hot spot.
“They had a scene they had to film in a coffee shop and they liked our retro look, the feel and the ambiance so we were what they were looking for,” says Max Sloan, Owner of Pulp Fiction.
The movie crew who have been all over Kelowna are filming the latest installment of the nightmare series, all filmed in the Okanagan, this one called ‘A Daughter’s Nightmare.’
Sloan had been warned that some crews can cause issues in the business but he says this group showed nothing but class and respect.
“It was a very pleasant experience,” says Sloan.
“Any patrons that wanted to get in to the shop at that time but couldn’t were given gift certificates from the movie crew (which they had bought from us) so they could come back later which I thought was pretty classy,” adds Sloan.
Some of his own staff it made it on film; three of his baristas will make their movie debut when the film airs this upcoming spring.
Both Pulp Fiction and the crew enjoyed the experience so much so that the crew will returning next year to film again on the property; this time in the Robbie Rare Books and Antique store attached to the coffee shop.
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