Quentin Tarantino: Film Analysis

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Quentin Tarantino- Film Analysis

Quentin Tarantino is a brilliant producer who has some characteristics that just allows viewers to identify his films. His techniques he uses such as shots from the back, in hallways and opening and closing doors make Quentin Tarantino a well known name. In his films Pulp Fiction (1994), Kill Bill 1 (2003), and a co produced film Planet Terror (2007) which he did along with Robert Rodriguez, he uses his techniques to give the viewers eyes a wonderful ride. Pulp Fiction is a film which includes multiple stories that all connect at some point during the film. Kill Bill is a story about a bride seeking revenge on a handful of people who once tried to kill her. Planet Terror is a film about infected people turning into zombie like creatures while a few uninfected people try to get themselves to safety.

Each of Tarantino’s films includes similarities with each other and has its differences. In all three films Tarantino loves to keep his viewers uncomfortable and always on their toes. The way he achieves that is the dark lighting which never allows the viewer to see everything clearly and the awkward music and sounds. In each fight scene of Kill Bill the camera is never steady. It is always moving from shot to shot, angle to angle. All the camera movements while filming the action suggest that so much is happening never letting the viewer to settle until the scene has come to an end. The same technique is used in Planet Terror. The camera is always moving to a different shot always showing something new. When the man “who never misses” who is played by Freddie Rodriguez shoots at the infected people, it is shown at multiple angles.

Quentin Tarantino loves to add many things in his scenes so that there is so much is going on. In Pulp Fiction Tarantino has multiple stories going on at the same time which he then emphasizes more on the dialogue. The dialogue is what allows this film to be followed. If one is not listening to...
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