Tarantino the Cartoonist

@article{Pallant2007TarantinoTC,
  title={Tarantino the Cartoonist},
  author={C. Pallant},
  journal={Animation},
  year={2007},
  volume={2},
  pages={171 - 186}
}
In cinema it is not uncommon to see the interrelation of animation and live action but, despite this, the ascription of characteristics of one medium onto the other has been largely one-dimensional: live action upon animation. The films of Quentin Tarantino, however, illustrate an attribution of a cartoon-like aesthetic in live-action sequences, which the author subsequently terms `cartoonism'. `Cartoonism' and its development have been highlighted in Tarantino's work, showing his continual… Expand

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