Andrew Dix's 'Pulp Fiction'

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As argued by Andrew Dix, ‘narrative reoccurrence may also denote the complexity and ambiguity of an event, its openness to multiple interpretations’ (2008, 114), and Pulp Fiction certainly supports this. An example would be in the prologue of Pulp Fiction, where the action and event isn’t resolved till the end, emphasising the films relationship between film time and real time. It is this which makes the shot chosen in the opening scene to be an essential part in the films overall narrative, something viewers are unaware of. Here, the minimal use of camera movement is to be crucial to the contribution to the storytelling within the sequence. The initial shot is of the two protagonists, Ringo and Yolanda who are sat at a table of what looks
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