History Headscratchers / KillBill

25th Jun '16 5:21:28 PM kithas
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** At the moment of her awakening, The Bride was being raped, for which the nurse took out the catheter or alarm or whatever, and also how possibly nobody tried to peek in.
As in the span of time between the awakening and the plane, I highly doubt it was only a day (since her got herself money to dress herself and buy a plane ticket.
11th Jun '16 1:17:35 AM shamblingdead2
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** ArtisticLicense. She's an almost super-human ActionGirl, so little things like sword gashes and brain damage don't stop her.
8th Jun '16 10:22:46 PM arilicious
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*How did the Bride wake up from her coma so quickly, and be able to recover so quickly? She didn't suffer any type of brain damage or anything? I know that she was able to regain use of her legs during the span of only 13 hours in the back of the Pussy Wagon, but even that seems impossible. And how did nobody know that she was out of her coma? Was there no type of alarm or something in the coma ward for if/when patients wake up? And so basically, she was just able to wake up from a coma, and (possibly) the next day just be able to hop on a plane halfway around the world, without suffering from any health problems (physical and mental) whatsoever?
17th May '16 11:39:10 PM shamblingdead2
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** There's no indication how much time passes. Her hair is long and blonde "four years and six months" ago when she's shot, then she's in the hospital where presumably it grows a bit. The timeline jumps around a bit. We only know that her visit to Esteban is after the Pussy Wagon dies and (presumably) after she kills the first four people on her list. It appears that enough time has passed, maybe a couple of months, between her visit to Esteban and her visit to Bill for the bob to grow out a bit, but it's not as long as it is in the earlier scenes, nor as short as it is when she visits Esteban. She gets the hell beat out of her in each fight, so it's not out of the realm of possibility that she takes some time to heal in between and get ready for the next one.
17th May '16 11:19:07 PM shamblingdead2
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** The young actress was born in 1995, making her seven at the time of filming and eight upon the film's release in 2003. DawsonCasting.
17th May '16 11:14:05 PM shamblingdead2
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17th May '16 11:11:07 PM shamblingdead2
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** The newspaper headlines refer to her as a "blood-spattered bride," as well.
17th May '16 11:10:00 PM shamblingdead2
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* Something that's been bugging me for a while: did Black Mamba tell Tommy she was pregnant by another man's kid or she just lied that the kid was his?

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* Something that's been bugging me for a while: did Black Mamba tell Tommy she was pregnant by with another man's kid or she just lied that the kid was his?his?
** You'll have to lose your imagination on that one. It would depend on how long they knew each other before getting married. Since she was already pregnant when they met, it would have to be a very fast courtship, and she'd have to lie when the baby was born [[ThreeMonthOldNewborn "premature."]]



** Also, there's a theory that all of Tarantino's films are all under one shared universe that is branched off somewhere from out own (much like how the ''Star Trek'' TV series has a regular universe and a Mirror Universe), that somewhere in our past, the reality of Tarantino's universe branched off from ours, and that what sets it apart is that its more violent than our reality (which would explain how in ''Inglourious Basterds'' Adolf Hilter dies in a movie theater at the hands of two U.S. soldiers and a Jewish woman seeking revenge instead of committing suicide in a bunker after he realized that he was about to go down). So, since this universe is populated with violent people throughout its history, it would make since that a Japanese air flight service would allow for the carrying on of samurai swords (and even include sword holders on their seats for those carrying them).

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** Also, there's a theory that all of Tarantino's films are all under one shared universe that is branched off somewhere from out own (much like how the ''Star Trek'' TV series has a regular universe and a Mirror Universe), that somewhere in our past, the reality of Tarantino's universe branched off from ours, and that what sets it apart is that its it's more violent than our reality (which would explain how in ''Inglourious Basterds'' Adolf Hilter dies in a movie theater at the hands of two U.S. soldiers and a Jewish woman seeking revenge instead of committing suicide in a bunker after he realized that he was about to go down). So, since this universe is populated with violent people throughout its history, it would make since sense that a Japanese air flight service would allow for the carrying on of samurai swords (and even include sword holders on their seats for those carrying them).


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*** A better question is how she'll explain it when Nikki comes knocking.
17th May '16 10:49:54 PM shamblingdead2
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** Nikki is in pre-school or Junior Kindergarten.
17th May '16 10:47:03 PM shamblingdead2
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** Budd's alcoholism, maybe?
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