Pulp Fiction Narrative

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Pulp Fiction, directed by Quentin Tarantino uses shock, surprise, and mystery, all paired with bizarre humor to surprise and possibly offend his audience. The film is supported with ample suspense and sincerity; Tarantino tells three interrelated stories of thieves, mobsters, and power that are filled with violence, sex, and drugs but also an underlying of religious representation. Compelling roles are utilized to construct a sense of reality and entertainment, and the interest of the film is increased by various implausibility’s that only seem possible in Hollywood. As the main character Mia would suggest, this film commands the audience to “not be square” and to step outside of the box. The film originates to another level, supported by
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