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Public Address 21/10/03 - Killing Bill

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/10/03 - Killing Bill

Tarantino meets Father Ted |Oct 19, 2003 23:53
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Kill Bill (everywhere) and The Lieutenant of Inishmore, at the Belvoir Theatre, Surrey Hills . Theatre, at its very best, can deliver an even more engaging and exciting experience than film. However, it rarely does. The film-makers' toolkit is huge and powerful, their budgets so enormous that film almost always outguns...
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Something for the weekend |Oct 19, 2003 12:25
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

At the beginning of Kill Bill Uma Thurman's character wakes from a coma and complains that her muscles are suffering from "entropy." She means "atrophy." The film allows you way too much time to wonder whether or not the mistake was deliberate...
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