Kill Bill is an action movie thriller released in two parts in 2003 and 2004, which was written and directed by Quentin Tarantino. Kill Bill was originally proposed to have a single release in theaters, but lasting more than four hours, was separated into two volumes: Kill Bill: Volume 1 released in late 2003, and Kill Bill: Volume 2, launched early 2004. Both films were well received by critics, many noting his management style and his homage to film genres and films Hong Kong's martial arts, samurai movies, spaghetti western, girls with guns, rape and revenge.
In 2011, the two films were joined and, together with an extensive animated sequence, were released under the title of Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair in the New Beverly Cinema, Los Angeles, California.
Kill Bill: Volume 1, a pregnant woman, identified as the bride, is butchered and shot in the head in her wedding rehearsal by his former comrades Lethal Viper Squadron Murderer. After falling into a deep coma for four years, upon awakening, he learns that no longer has her unborn baby and begins an immediate revenge. Throughout the film, he will take revenge of their first targets.
Kill Bill: Volume 2, after finishing their first obstacles, makes the way to get to Bill, his main objective.