Kill Bill: Vol. 2

  • Dir: Quentin Tarantino

  • USA, 2004, 136 minmins, DCP

  • Cast: Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah, Gordon Liu

Continuing on her bloodthirsty way to kill the sinister kingpin Bill who masterminds the massacre at the chapel, the Bride painfully acquires from the haughty master the formidable kung-fu with which she saves herself from buried alive and exacts revenge on her enemies. An abrupt shift from a mad rush of swordfight, she comes to a solemn confrontation with her ultimate target in a startling demure. An exuberant celebration of moviemaking, meticulously orchestrating martial arts, satire, drama and pure action into an operatic intensity deliriously overwhelming. The ending of Tarantino’s feminist legacy – beautifully realized by Uma Thurman – is added an unlikely new dimension to us today: Bill is dead.

17.08.2019 (SAT): Film talk with Geoffrey Wong


    In-theatre Screening

    • 2019-08-17 (Sat)
      Buy Ticket2019-08-25 (Sun)


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