A film that shows an ultimate form of heinous child abuse.
I'm already quite appalled that the first volume shows O'ren and Nickia's parents getting brutally killed in front of their children, but even worse yet is the true abuse and neglect that Beatrix and Bill give to their own daughter.
their young and highly innocent child is growing up among both parents whom are secret assassins and hardened sadistic murderers.
They tell the child about what happened and that Bill shot her mommy and warns her that some things cannot be undone once they are done.
And a very poorly taught lesson at that!.
they also freely let the child explore the world of violence through watching slasher films like Shogun Assassin which was the inspiration for Kill Bill itself.
And they totally let the child get away with having killed her pet goldfish.
They all laugh about it and it seems to also satisfy them that she is so young and already learning so much about life and death.
And just what is Beatrix going to tell her daughter when she discovers she killed daddy!?.
Probably she assumes that she can just continue to teach her daughter to be violent and not have any empathy, remorse and to also believe that daddy had it coming and got what he deserved.
Films that so specifically abuse the innocence and teach a child character to embrace violence and hate in such a way are very rare.
most children in other films usually are not so immediately willing to enjoy doing the wrong thing as well.
What makes it even more creepy is how Kiddo's daughter seems very much just like any other girl and you don't know what is going to happen and the many ways her innocence will be used against her.
Beatrix Kiddo also does not truly love her own child no matter how hard she tries to blindly express it because of how she was also willing to murder another child's mother in front of her and encouraging the child to embrace her hatred and come find her if she ever wants to one day retaliate for the act.
And from here we know that Kiddo's little girl will grow up to be an un-feeling and uncaring individual and possibly a saddist like her parents.
there are so many other perspectives of severe abuse in the film when you look at it carefully.
Beatrix hates Bill and both know he has to die, yet he and Kiddo love each other and seemingly still have these true feelings inside them.
In the end it's almost like Beatrix killed Bill because she still loved him very much as well as hated him as her most sworn enemy.
With such a mess of mixed messages and characters with such messed up heinous psychologies make this film much deeper and darker than it will appear on the surface which is already excessively gruesome and brutal.
what puzzles me the most is how the director Tarantino stood up for victims of police brutality in New York by the NYPD.
He told the press how he could simply not stand by and watch this happen.
He says how he feels the same things as the victims and shares their pain.
So then he makes big accusations against NYPD and makes them sound far worse than they may or may not be.
Also these were victims of other races and this does not seem to be a personality trait of his at all, due to the significant amounts of racism seen in his films.
He does not realize however that his very films are also a major cause of other people's violent behavior and thinking.
it was his very films that inspired the Columbine shootings of Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris who wanted to die in style and have a Quentin Tarantino directed film made of them one day.
but this film like Tarantino's other films shows some of the darkest depths of inhumanity and heinous notions.
In no other way you are truly ill if you seriously enjoy the films and also use them to embrace your own hate and dark feelings.
And I wouldn't be suprised if Tarantino didn't make a film one day involving an outright massacre of children.
in the Tarantino film universe hate, death and suffering is also the ultimate expression and definition of love.
His mafia film True Romance says it all.
This title contains:
Violence & scariness