Mommy Kills Daddy

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Music and Movies

 

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Francis V

 

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February 17, 2014

 

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University

 

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She took up a Hattori Honzo sword, a masculine symbol of power, indicating that the way a woman gains power is to become like a man, but in being so empowered, in becoming like a man, she is alienated from her true nature as a woman. Thus all the women in Volume 1 are powerful, but, having gained power in the same way, they're also all psychotic, having apparently been psychically deformed by that empowerment...
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Thus all the women in Volume 1 are powerful, but, having gained power in the same way, they're also all psychotic, having apparently been psychically deformed by that empowerment. In my earlier piece on Volume 1, I argued that the film was a kind of therapy session for Tarantino, that he was recreating his past in order to grasp it more realistically, with the father absent and the women powerful, and that he would ultimately perform the Oedipal act by having the Bride do in the father for him...
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