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Del directore Quentin Tarantino
Tras eliminar a algunos miembros de la banda que intentaron asesinarla el día de su boda, “Mamba Negra” (Uma Thurman) intenta acabar con los demás, especialmente con Bill, su antiguo jefe (David Carradine), que la había dado por muerta.
The murderous Bride is back and she is still continuing her vengeance quest against her ex-boss, Bill, and taking aim at Bill’s younger brother Budd and Elle Driver, the only survivors from the squad of assassins who betrayed her four years earlier. It’s all leading up to the ultimate confrontation with Bill, the Bride’s former master and the man who ordered her execution!
The first one, or the first half, inspired moral arbiters to tabulate the body count. Sober souls went all tremulous at the prospect of the sequel. Now Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill Vol. 1, which earned $70 million at the domestic box office and $100 million abroad, is joined by Vol. 2–not so much a sequel to the story as the completion of a chapter.
It’s about the Bride (Uma Thurman), a hit woman who had been “jetting around the world killing human beings and being paid vast sums of money” as a member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad — DIVAS for short. In Vol. 1 she went straight, got left for dead in the slaughter of her wedding party and, years later, began to take revenge on the killers: the rest of the DIVAS and their charismatic boss, Bill (David Carradine). Vol. 2 finishes the tale as the Bride tracks down Bill’s brother Budd (Michael Madsen) and one-eyed Elle (Daryl Hannah) before a last chat with her old mentor, lover and would-be murderer.
There’s enough blood here to appease the Passion of the Christ crowd, plus a nifty catfight in a trailer, a virtuoso buried-alive scene and some Old Testament retribution (an eye for an eye). But Vol. 2 reduces the casualties and gentles down the mood. You get less kill, more Bill. The first was show, this is tell — anecdotes at 10 paces. Of course, this being a Tarantino film, the conversations are as long and lurid and finely choreographed as the martial-arts set pieces. (The auteur is a bit of a diva himself: he loves arias, visual and verbal.) So you get a lecture on the toxic properties of the black mamba snake and a disquisition on the psychological duality of Superman.
Vol. 1 was, at heart, a movie about movies — a whirlwind graduate course in pulp-film culture. Vol. 2 also boasts some scenes that will have cultists attaching mental footnotes: flicked references to John Ford’s The Searchers and the Jackie Chan — Michelle Yeoh Supercop, as well as a rehabilitation of Pei Mei, a.k.a. White Eyebrow, a villainous character from ’70s Hong Kong action films. Here he’s a stern but endearing teacher (played with majestic comic brio by the legendary Gordon Liu). You’ll also make the Kung Fu connection. That was the ’70s TV series that made Carradine a star; he won the role over a transplanted Hong Konger named Bruce Lee, who went home to launch the worldwide martial-arts craze… Continued
- Otros títulos: Kill Bill: Volume 2
- Publicada por: Watesam
- País: Estados Unidos
- Director: Quentin Tarantino
- Escritor(es): Quentin Tarantino
- Reparto: Bo Svenson, Daryl Hannah, David Carradine, Gordon Liu (AKA Chia Hui Liu), Jeannie Epper, Lucy Liu, Michael Madsen, Michael Parks, Stephanie L. Moore, Uma Thurman, Vivica A. Fox
- Género: Acción, Crimen, Exploitation
- Fecha de Estreno: 2004
- Duración: 137 min.