Pulp Fiction Analysis

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Also, in Kill Bill, Tarantino works with the locations where it is hard to know with the places are real or they are CGI effects. This happens because Tarantino uses his editing style to create this feeling of fantasy mixed with the real actors creating an uncomfortable feeling which keep us asking to ourselves “What is real and what is not?” The props used are quite funny, because it reinforces this idea of fantasy. For example, in scenes when bodies start bleeding it feels like we are watching a cartoon because of the amount of blood spurted is totally off the reality. “Moreover the comic scenes of death with very obvious, fake blood make the whole film gentle in a way that cruel death is not controversial.” Another aspect that supports this …show more content…
Pulp Fiction is a screenplay of three different stories which merge between each other. The film is very interesting because is a story about corrupted people that talks about morals and religion, which is very contradictive compared to our community standards. For example, Jules as hitman he kills people because is his job, in the other hand he always use fake bible passages to bring to himself a reason why he does all that crazy stuff. Also, another sample is the scene where the couple Honey Bunny and Pumpkin in the beginning and at the end of the movie they talk about robbing the restaurant, and the Honey Bunny does not want to kill anyone. But at the moment she pick up her handgun, her personality changes and becomes super aggressive as she was never really concerned about the others life. This make us question the situation, “Is she really concerned about others life?” Which actually the only life she really worry about is Pumpkin’s life, in the scene where Jules convince him with his fake bible passages and manipulates him with his speaking skills and let the couple leave without let them kill anyone. Oliwia says, “‘I happen to think my films are very moral’[15] states Tarantino, which might seems incredibly ironic because of the use of violence and drugs in Pulp Fiction which, in addition is rated R …show more content…
For instance, in a lot of situations where something happened usually Vincent is found at the restroom. The scene where Mia was found almost dead by overdose of heroine and Vincent was stuck in restroom talking with his devils to not do anything to Mia. Another scene is where Vincent was killed by Butch, he was previously in the restroom before he got shot. And the last scene which is the scene that explains what happened before Vincent was killed. Vincent and Jules was in the restaurant and Vincent left the table to go to the restroom and while he was there, the couple Pumpkin and Honey Bunny started robing the restaurant and the

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