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|“||There's a passage I got memorized. Ezekiel 25:17. "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who, in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of the darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy My brothers. And you will know I am the Lord when I lay My vengeance upon you." Now... I been sayin' that sh-t for years. And if you ever heard it, that meant your ass. I never gave much thought to what it meant. I just thought it was some cold-blooded sh-t to say to a motherf--ker before I popped a cap in his ass. But I saw some sh-t this mornin' made me think twice. See, now I'm thinking: maybe it means you're the evil man. And I'm the righteous man. And Mr. 9mm here... he's the shepherd protecting my righteous ass in the valley of darkness. Or it could mean you're the righteous man and I'm the shepherd, and it's the world that's evil and selfish. I'd like that. But that sh-t ain't the truth. The truth is, you're the weak. And I'm the tyranny of evil men. But I'm tryin', Ringo. I'm tryin' real hard to be the shepherd.||„|
Jules Winnfield is one of the two main protagonists (alongside Vincent Vega) of the 1994 crime film Pulp Fiction. He initially works alongside Vincent Vega as a hitman for Marsellus Wallace, but after an epiphany, or as he refers to it "a moment of clarity", he decides to leave to "walk the earth." During the film he is stated to be from Inglewood, California.
He was portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson who had played Frozone in The Incredibles, Mace Windu in the Star Wars prequel trilogy, Carl Lee Hailey in A Time to Kill, Danny Roman in The Negotiator, Zeus Carver in Die Hard with a Vengeance, Ray Arnold in Jurassic Park, and Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Riding in a car on the way to a hit —both wearing dress suits—, Vincent was relating his impressions from his stay in Europe concerning the possession of dope and the laws in Amsterdam. He was impressed on how in European cinemas beer is served in glass, how the Quarter Pounder burger is called Royal with cheese in Paris (and Big Mac is called "Le Big Mac") and how in Holland the French fries are eaten with mayonnaise instead of ketchup.
On their way to the job, Jules was narrating him about Marsellus' new wife, Mia Wallace and the trouble with Antoine Roccamora when he gave foot-massage to Mia. Jules found it too much, while Vince insisted that it was 'laying hands in a familiar way', something that you wouldn't do for example to another man. He proved his point that although you don't mention it, you know that foot-massage has something special and sensual.
Vincent was especially worried hearing about Roccamora, since he was tasked to take care of Mia while Marsellus was off to Florida. They conclude their banter and "get into character", which soon involves executing Brett who has transgressed against their boss, gangster Marsellus Wallace in dramatic fashion after Jules recites a baleful "biblical" pronouncement, and retrieves the briefcase.