Pulp Fiction is like boot camp for the Marines. You come into it from your civilized life, they subject you to violent language until you're numb, they abuse you verbally and physically until all of your normal feelings and values are reduced to dust. Leaving you aware that you have changed, and able to describe the change, you find yourself questioning the person you were previously. Next thing you know you're saluting. This story is a cleverly disorienting journey through danger, and shock. Nothing is predictable or familiar within this bizarre world.
In Quentin Terrintenio's, Pulp Fiction, the actors portray modern-day gangsters and the story is three stories told in backwards order. To say the least, this not you're average story. The theme of the story is redemption, and the journey to achieve that redemption. The characters are colorful and most importantly they are believable.
The language of the story is street-smart and confident, like the characters.
There is no main plot, only mirror plots that are reflections of each other.
The theme of redemption is portrayed by two of the main characters of the story. These characters seek redemption and a new way of life; they each want a more virtuous life. Butch (Bruce Willis) wants to pull off one last scam and then run away with the woman he loves. He seeks forgiveness and redemption through the future birth of his child. He wants his child to have a healthy childhood so that he will have the opportunity to hand down his precious gold watch, which was handed down to him. Jules (Samuel Jackson) has a near death experience and sees it as divine intervention that he is alive. Now he simply wants to leave his criminal lifestyle to "walk the earth", and find his true self. The...