Movie Analysis

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Pulp Fiction Lisette Ramirez Mayra Garcia Adrian Ceballos Brittany Clark David Vasquez Chris Martin CINE 100: Group Project Professor McCarthy July 25, 2013 Pulp Fiction: Stylistic Analysis Quentin Tarantino’s motion picture Pulp Fiction, is an eminent representation of the use of artistic style and technique. Throughout the film, there were various evident embodiments where Tarantino was able to demonstrate to the audience his post-modern nonlinear storyline. He is able to compose this film intricately while at the same time incorporate crucial elements like sound, editing, cinematography, and mise-en-scene to illustrate a profound meaning of redemption that enlightens the audience’s perspective. The film Pulp Fiction is presented from a non- chronological sequence, allowing the viewer to capture the essences of the true meaning behind each particular scene and simultaneously taking a closer look into what Tarantino was trying to demonstrate. For example, the scene when Vincent and Joules are in the diner discussing the miracle from God that they had just experienced, Joules specifically is stating he wants to retire from being Marcellus’ appointed hit man. His reason lies upon his personal feelings that God has a greater path of life than the one he is living in now. Even though this character is portrayed throughout the film as an immoral man, without having the storyline be non-linear, the viewer would not be able to come to the realization that after all of his tribulations there was a great epiphany. This technique also allows the viewer to connect with the characters on a deeper level, signifying that they too can have salvation. Moreover, Julian Sander states that Tarantino’s method of storytelling with no real regard for chronology; shuffle’s the viewer’s traditional sense of perspective and signifying the circular method

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