A Study: The unique blend of levity, naturally layered dialogue and violence in Quentin Tarantino’s groundbreaking movies.
Shakuntala Mukherjee, Himaghna Mukherjee
Tarantino, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood
Quentin Tarantino is undoubtedly an exceptional and passionate Director of the current Hollywood movie industry. He believes that if you are an artist, “You are your taste”. The way he takes genre elements and shifts them into a different level in his own movies is commendable. Sometimes he is seen playing with our feelings, he being the conductor and we being the orchestra. He provides us with strange situations and creates a unique and definitive experience that we can only have in Tarantino movies. His movies contain remarkable music that has the power of maximizing the impact of a scene. He is even found to use anachronistic music. To him historical accuracy is less important as compared to capturing the feelings of what’s happening. Another important aspect of Tarantino movies are his dialogues. Tarantino uses the American Vernacular very carefully in most of his movies. His characters always have time for gossiping no matter how grave the situation is. His movies are often found to exemplify criticism of other movies too. On the whole, Quentin Tarantino loves breaking conventional rules, denies that past has outgrown, reintroduces it, giving it a different quality and uses it as a shared experience and a shared joke.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

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