Kill Bill: A Technical and Aesthetic Analysis of the Film

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Music and Movies

 

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Jim S

 

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October 8, 2016

 

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University

 

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The grip of a woman's hand upon its handle that is also holding a white handkerchief with "Kill Bill" scrawled upon it conveys the purpose of the film, which is a woman being on a quest to kill a man. The background is a blending of two tones of color that look like fire; the colors alone bring a sense of fierce, angry passion, which could mean that Bill is a former lover of the woman...
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The poster alone is as much of a hooker as the film is as it serves its purpose of telling what the film is about. A quote appears at the beginning of the film, which is a Star Trek's Klingon Proverb that says, "Revenge is a dish best served cold." This proverb and the title encapsulates the plot of the entire film as it injects in the viewer a sense of passionate warmth full of hatred, yet a striking amount of merciless acts throughout the film brings a periodical sense of cold, almost sadistic feeling...
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