interpretive Analysis of Pulp Fiction(1994)
How does Quentin Tarantinos Pulp Fiction(1994)deploy alternative plot and stylistic structures to reconfigure the elements of classical Hollywood narrative and its visual style?
1. CONTENT:In order to identify and analyze the ways in which Pulp Fictionbreaks the rules of classical Hollywood narrative and style you may first want to explain what the classical conventions are and what they aim to achieve. For example, the classical Hollywood narrative has a clear set-up, conflict,and resolution, which allow audiences to get absorbed in the story as they identify with the main character and forget they are watching a movie. Pulp Fiction, however, deploys alternative plot structures to organizeits narrative. Indeed, the movie reorganizes its narrative into an episodic one, with multiple narrative threads and charactersdemandinga different engagement from the audience. Instead of getting fully immersed in the films world, this kind of active engagement tends to make the audience aware that they are watching a film and think about its narrative and visual stylesas well as their effects.In your essay you will therefore want to address Pulp Fictions narrative and visual styles as well as account for their effects. That is, you will identifyand analyzethe narrative and stylistic elements and then interprettheir effects on the ways in which the audiences experience and make sense of the film.Please, ground your interpretive analysis in concrete shots, scenes or sequences from the film. That is, give a detailed description of the visuals you are analyzing.
2. ORGANIZATION:Please, have a clearly discernible thesismain claimwhich needs to be underlined. A good thesis can be longer than one sentence. It needs to address WHAT is your argument, HOW are you going to go about proving it (what evidence you are going to use), and WHY is this important for the reader to know (it answers the So what? question).In order to ensure your essay is cohesiveplease, clearly develop your argument throughout your essay. This means that every paragraph (or two) addresses one example (= concrete evidence from the movie that illustrates your argument) while both explaining and adding to your argument.3. FORMATTING: double-spaced, and typed in 12-pt font (Arial or Times New Roman), with one-inch margins. Please, insert page numbers at the bottom of your page. Please, make sure you citeyour sources in footnotes (or endnotes). You may use any citation format you are comfortable with but please, be consistent. You may also want to include a Bibliography (= Works Cited) at the end of your essay.
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