Homework Question on Kill Bill Volume 1
- Discuss why you have chosen the work/image. What has impressed you?
- What kinds of images of Japan are represented in the work?
- What kind of effects do they have in the image, style, story, or theme?
- In what kind of historical contexts did such images appear?
- Chosen movie: Kill Bill Volume 1 (Quentin Tarantino, 2003)
Homework Answer on Kill Bill Volume 1
The work that I choose to analyze in this paper is a movie named Kill Bill Volume 1. This is a 2003 martial arts film that is written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. The main star in this movie, Uma Thurman, takes the role of a bride who wants to exert revenge on an assassination squad that was led by Bill. Her motive is driven by the attempt by the squad on her life and that of her unborn child.
Culture is a vital factor that inspired me to write about the movie, Kill Bill Volume 1. This because the director brings clearly its theme to viewers that depict the entire bloody affair within the film. Furthermore, this is an ideal movie which is evident when Tarantino releases it in slightly altered version in Japan. This implies that the movie embraces diversity and culture when it is relevant to other Asian states by revealing various additional scenes they relate to.
These include scenes of violence and a full color version that reflects The House of Blue Leaves massacre (Tarantino 54). The film is also incorporates stylish revenge of a thriller with benefits from a widely inventive surplus of style. Another reason I choose to discuss this movie is because it is more ethical and it embraces diversity. This is by including various cultures of the Japanese and Americans to blend the movie. The bride who is main character depicts the power to focus through her unbeatable fighting skills.