The Movie Pulp Fiction By Quentin Tarantino

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The movie Pulp Fiction(1994) was directed by Quentin Tarantino is regarded as one of the best movies ever made and especially for the gangster film genre it is quite unique. It can be argued that Pulp fiction is or isn 't a gangster movie but there are enough signs to prove that it’s definitely is a gangster film. This movie focuses rather on the morality of decisions and about the character 's internal conflict and the karma that the character’s receive. Not only is there karam associated with their actions but a chance for redemption . All of these things add for a wonderful gangster movie but it is missing some very conventional aspects of the genre that definitely set it apart from the rest. The first time that the characters are seen with the questioning of morality is in the very beginning of the film with Vincent Vega(John Travolta) and Jules(Samuel L. Jackson). The conversation starts out about their bosses new wife Mia Wallace(Uma Thurman) and how was laying her hands on her in familial way and gave her a foot massage. This caused Marcellus Wallace(Ving Rhames) to throw Antwone out the window four stories and give him permanent nerve damage. Jules thinks that reaction that Marcellus has was too far and that it was just foot massage, while Vincent says “I’ve given a million ladies a million foot massages and they all meant something and we act like they don 't but they do, and that 's what so fucking cool about them”. This already shows that the two characters…
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