The “Unfinished Business” of Kill Bill:
Cinematic Discourse In and Out of the Dark

By Allen H Redmon

Group Notes

1. Maximilian Le Cain, “Tarantino and the Vengeful Ghosts of Cinema,” Senses of Cinema, 32, July-September, 2004, p. 1.

2. Le Cain, p. 3.

3. Ibid.

4. Le Cain, p. 7.

5. Margaret R. Miles, Seeing and Believing: Religion and Values in the Movies (Boston: Beacon Press, 1996), p. 193.

6. Peter Travers, “Kill Bill Vol. 2,” Rolling Stone, October 9, 2003

7. Peter Howell, “Kill Bill: Vol.2,” Toronto Star, April 16, 2004

8. Roger Ebert, “Kill Bill, Volume 2,” Chicago Sun-Times, April 16, 2004

9. See for example, Mark T. Conrad, “Violence as Therapy, or: How to be a Dick,” Metaphilm, November 12, 2003

10. Miles, p. 14.

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