The documentary of the Blockbuster sleeper, Kill Bill Vol. 1, and how it was made. There is Quentin Tarrantino, the director and writer of the movie, Uma Thurman, who plays "The Bride", the...
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The documentary of the Blockbuster sleeper, Kill Bill Vol. 1, and how it was made. There is Quentin Tarrantino, the director and writer of the movie, Uma Thurman, who plays "The Bride", the sort of Hero/Anti-hero of the film when she was betrayed by her old teammates, Lucy Liu, playing O-Ren, the half-Chinese half-Japanses American who is Queen of the Crime Underworld in Japan, Vivica A. Fox, playing the now-retired-assassin-turned-homemaker and Julie Drefus, playing Sofie, O-Ren's lawyer, second-in-command and lawyer. Written by
This is a documentary found on the DVD of Kill Bill Vol. 1. It consists of interviews, behind the scenes footage and clips of the movie(typically the most bad-ass ones). Yes, the main focus here was definitely to hype the film, and some effort is made to ensure that the audience does not forget that this is an *action* piece. Nevertheless, it's plenty worth watching. The actors mainly talk about how it was to work with Quentin, and how much influence they got to have and so on, save for Uma, who tells the story of how she and he together came up with the idea and developed it. His inspirations and where certain things that are memorable, at times unforgettable, in the finished product, came from originally are divulged. Tarantino is, as always, an awful lot of fun to listen to, and his love for the craft, and excitement at getting to work on more of his favorite genres, shine through. This is just under 21 minutes long, and it's not boring. The pacing is fine. Editing is average and unsurprising. This is reasonable, overall. I recommend this to fans. 7/10
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