Quentin Tarantino 's Pulp Fiction is another example of a postmodernist film.    The film tells the interweaving stories of gangsters, a boxer, and robbers. The film breaks down chronological time and demonstrates a particular fascination with intertextuality : bringing in texts from both traditionally "high" and "low" realms of art.   This foregrounding of media places the self as "a loose, transitory combination of media consumption choices."   Pulp Fiction fractures time (by the use of asynchronous time lines) and by using styles of prior decades and combining them together in the movie.  By focusing on intertextuality and the subjectivity of time, Pulp Fiction demonstrates the postmodern obsession with signs and subjective perspective as the exclusive location of anything resembling meaning.