Critics have argued that Pulp Fiction sells tickets because it exploits America's love of violence and gore. Such criticism conforms to the knee-jerk assumption that every film containing significant violence is somehow merely capitalizing on it, but Quentin Tarantino's work suggests that violence in film can make important cultural observations about the human processes that lead to and away from violence.



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