Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction

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American film director, screenwriter, actor, and producer Quentin Tarantino uses cinematic language in a very unique, and a non-linear way to express his tingling stories and entertain his audience. During his career he has directed ten movies and most of them were nominated for different movie awards. As Canadian Press journalist Stephanie Ip mentions, “Quentin Tarantino...was named Best Global Director in Motion Pictures.” Most of his movies include a narration of multiple stories, and he only brings threads together in the very end. He always appears in his movies in a very minor role, which can be considered as his signature. Long dialogues are another specific detail common in Quentin Tarantino’s movies that create an unimaginable tension for the audience, and the resolution comes in a form of a very…show more content…
The movies directed by him have such a distinctive style that the audience always knows that the director is Quentin Tarantino. Pulp Fiction is a very unique and extraordinary movie, which is directed by Quentin Tarantino. To begin with, the director tells three different stories simultaneously. One of the actors dies in the first story; however, later he appears on the screen in the other story. The movie starts by a conversation between two people at a coffee shop. After a couple of minutes of screen time they decide to rob that coffee shop, but as soon as they grab their guns to start the robbery the director cuts on that interesting action and only introduces the sequel in the very end of the movie. As Toronto Star’s movie critic Peter Howell states, “…Tarantino has always done things his way.” This kind of manipulation of time and space is very risky because the viewer can easily get confused and lose interest in the movie. Nevertheless, Quentin Tarantino employs cinematic language in a very professional and peculiar way,

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