O-Ren Ishii: You didn't think it was gonna be that easy, did you?
The Bride: You know, for a second there, yeah... I kinda did.
As The Bride writes her "Death List Five" on the plane, the handwriting of everything greatly changes between shots. See more...
During the scene at the House of Blue Leaves, right before The Bride cuts off Sofie's arm, she tells O-Ren that they have "unfinished business." The close up camera angle of The Bride's lips is the same angle Quentin Tarantino used in "Pulp Fiction" when Mia told Vincent (through a microphone) that she'd be down "in two shakes of a lamb's tail." See more...
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|Title||Kill Bill: Volume 1|
|Original entry||The Bride kills Vernita in the kitchen then pulls out the knife. When Vernita's daughter enters the kitchen there is a front shot of The Bride holding the knife behind her, hiding it from the child. The camera switches to a reverse angle and The Bride is holding the knife in front of her, in full view of the child.|