The film itself is about redemption, finding civility in anarchy - choosing the sword over the chainsaw - & discovering god (in the form of objective moral truth) in a nihilistic society that has lost its moral compass. It's actually a rather interesting film but Tarantino explores his themes with minimal sophistication.
Every once in a while a film comes along and influences everything that comes after. No one had heard dialogue crackle like this since Double Indemnity - that's what was so shocking, not the violence, but what they were talking about and how they said it. This film also shows why some actors are 'stars' - imagine lesser names speaking this dialogue. No. Only Sam Jackson could have done that monologue.
In my head I can't erase the scenes with the sex-slave. So terrible, awful. However, it unwillingly comes into my mind immediately. Or the scene with the soldering iron. How sick, what a torture. There are so many other disgusting elements in this movie... I am always wondering about myself, why I feel so. This raises the fundamental question, who is the sick one here? He, Quentin Tarantino, or I?
Muy buena película con el clásico humor negro de Tarantino, con escenas honestas y una trama que pasa a segundo plano después de observar su desarrollo. Las trama se nos cuenta de manera cercana con los planos, medios, americanos, también muchos planos abiertos donde observamos lo que esta pasando. Te ubica muy bien en un contexto. Hay en muchas escenas poca profundidad de campo y la iluminación es persistente.