Foreign rights sold: Éditions de Grenelle (France)
One of the only movies by Tarantino that non-Tarantinians like too, analyzed deeply scene by scene, enriched with dozens of frames taken from the movie and an anthology of reviews.
“I looked like I was dead, but that wasn’t the case…”
Postmodern, risqué, violent and passionate, Kill Bill is a double film, in all senses of the word. It is about the proliferation of doubles, simulacrums, rights of repossession. It is a comic strip that little by little starts to take itself seriously, or almost. One thing is for sure, it immediately became cult and one of Tarantino’s rare films that is also loved by non-Tarantinians too.
This book also appeals to general readers as it relates and reveals all the secrets behind the making of these two great action films.
– A book accessible to all, whether informed film buffs or simply the curious, Tarantino fans or not.
– Richly illustrated with a precious collection of stills.
– A detailed critical study by a true expert of the seventh art.
Foreign rights manager: Alberto Gremese: email@example.com
Roberto Lasagna has published numerous books on directors and actors. He is a contributor to important Italian film magazines. In 2018 he also authored a book for Gremese, 2001: Space Odyssey. His other books are: I film di Steven Spielberg / Steven Spielberg Movies (2006), Cinema e spettri del Terzo Reich / Cinema and Ghosts of the Third Reich (2015), Da Chaplin a Loach / From Chaplin to Loach (2019).
2001: Odissea nello spazio (Stanley Kubrick)