was non-verbal communication. This scene of the movie is an excellent expample of empathy. As wholly original as it is a copy of hundreds of films before it about tales of hitmen and criminals, it dares you to step out of the dull and enter a colorful, exhilarating world that could only be Los Angeles. While this is all going on many other crazy things take place, which in my opinion makes this movie one of the best ever made. I based my movie project on the film, Pulp Fiction, by Quentin Tarantino. People are laughing like crazy in the theater to the intelligent dialog and other scenes that have the audience gasping for air in shock over what just happened. Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction is one of the most daring, puzzling, and ultimately exciting pieces of cinema to hit the screen in years. The movie has a few different aspect that takes form thoughout the plot. Pulp Fiction is a very well filmed and well thoughout movie, with many upon many concepts of interpersonal what is included in a dissertation proposal communication that could be examined.
The music is so clam and puts the audience right in to the mood of the film that you cannot help but feel the intensity and passion that the characters are feeling. He talks about how a foot massege is a sentual thing, and should not be given to another mans wife, and if that line is crossed then it is well within the husbands rights to throw the man off a building. Nowadays, literary critics aim to reveal reflection of various movements in modern cinematography. One of which is about John Travolta and Samuel. It is an odd phenomenon how he could alter time so intentionally, yet finish with a product that is not only easily understood, but flows more smoothly than it would have it he had told it in a linear fashion. This is best illustrated in the scene of the movie where Travolta and Jacksons characters are talking about Johnny Rockyhorra getting thrown off his four story balcany into a glass green house below by the head boss, Marcellus Wallas, for giving his wife a foot. When Bruce Williss character rips off the head boss, and he inturn sends his thugs, played by Travolta and Jackson to take care of him. Although Pulp Fiction may not of won any Academy awards for its excellence, one cannot help but remember the incredible narration and be in awe by how it is presented in a way like no other before. Empathy, non-verbal communication, and self-concept were the three I thought that were shown in the best light thoughout the film, and they are definity among the most important in the study of interpersonal communication.