Essay about Analysis Of The Movie ' Pulp Fiction '

1383 Words Sep 28th, 2016 6 Pages
An internal conflict is a mental struggle arising from opposing demands or impulses. Outcomes of an internal conflict usually end with a new and deeper understanding or a dynamic change. In several films, books, and other narratives, the theme of internal conflict is found. The struggle between man and himself is an internal battle suffered by many. Overcoming one 's own nature and choosing between right and wrong is an extremely difficult task. In Quentin Tarantino 's Pulp Fiction (1994), each character has their own story. In each story, a character battles with oneself about which action to take. In the film, Tarantino inserts flashbacks at specific points. Tarantino’s unique structure of the film helps the audience discern the struggle within each character.
Quentin Tarantino is an American director known for his use of nonlinear film structure, satirical subject matter, and his obsession with violence and gore. In 1994, Tarantino released his second film Pulp Fiction. Pulp Fiction is broken into three separate stories and centers around the development of the main characters: Butch, Marsellus, Jules, and Vince. In the film, Jules and Vince are hitmen working for Marsellus. At the beginning of the film, the audience sees them running errands for Marsellus and killing men. They also see Marsellus bribing Butch to lose his next fight. However, throughout the film each character runs into a problem. Vince accidentally kills a man in the car and has to get rid of the…

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