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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE NARRATIVE

KILL BILL VOL. 1

TFF 2004
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE KILL BILL VOL. 1 [TFF 2004]

"An action sequence well done on film is like listening to a symphony," Quentin Tarantino has observed. "And when the symphony builds up to a certain point, it explodes." With the dazzling, deliriously violent Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, Tarantino has composed a magnum opus, a rhapsody of visceral (and visual) delights, anchored by Uma Thurman's physical marvel of a performance, with elements drawn from various genres--spaghetti Westerns, exploitation, kung fu, and yakuza gangster films, as well as the grindhouse cinema of the director's 1970s youth. This special screening presents Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 back to back with a brief intermission, so Tarantinophiles and newcomers alike can follow the saga of the Bride's quest for vengeance as it unfolds in all its hyperkinetic glory.

"An action sequence well done on film is like listening to a symphony," Quentin Tarantino has observed. "And when the symphony builds up to a certain point, it explodes." With the dazzling, deliriously violent Kill Bill Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, Tarantino has composed a magnum opus, a rhapsody of visceral (and visual) delights, anchored by Uma Thurman's physical marvel of a performance, with elements drawn from various genres--spaghetti Westerns, exploitation, kung fu, and yakuza gangster films, as well as the grindhouse cinema of the director's 1970s youth. This special screening presents Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 back to back with a brief intermission, so Tarantinophiles and newcomers alike can follow the saga of the Bride's quest for vengeance as it unfolds in all its hyperkinetic glory.

Film Information
Year: 2004
Language: (Unknown)
Country: USA
Premiere: Unknown

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