From now on Butch is on the run from the malicious gangster boss. In fact, as the Depression proved, American society was not free from hierarchy at that time, thus the American Dream turned out to be a fallacy Hayward The other transformation in the film is that of Butch.
Can Vincent's loyalty ethic be considered a moral code? He assigns the hitmen Vince and Jules, he orders Vince to take out his wife, he bribes Butch, then decides to have him murdered but instead gets into trouble together with him, and he hires The Wolf the man for special caseswho is in charge of helping Jules and Vince out of their self-inflicted plight.
In general, we can say that the film is about American nihilism.
Tarantino does a great job in navigating the viewer through by breaking up the different plots by titling each sequence change. Things come to have value in their lives if Marsellus Wallace declares it to be so.
Fischer, p. After all, these pieces of literature were the role model for this movie; thus, its protagonists are gangsters, tricksters, femme fatales, the man for special cases, etc. In theory the American Dream promised that every American citizen was able to make money and be successful, regardless of class distinction.
Each seen brings a new circumstance that makes you question who's good and who's bad, what the consequences will be for each character and overall where is the plot heading? So he is a central figure in the film who embodies the milieu of a classical gangster film.
Butch kills his opponent.