For moviegoers, the extra footage from “Apocalypse Now” took on a somewhat mythic quality, so when Francis Ford Coppola put together the “Redux” cut and reintegrated the French Plantation sequence cut from the theatrical cut, people were infuriated. about. A sequence that pauses the story for a while when our crew interrupts Marlon Brando’s quest to find the renegade Colonel Kurtz. This sequence is lush and beautifully shot and includes some great performances, but it kills the momentum of the movie in terms of pacing. There’s a reason it was removed from theatrical release.
Tarantino quotes this As the main instigator of cutting “Yuki’s Revenge” from “Kill Bill” which should be this epic gunfight between The Bride and Yuki. It still stands by the script and would probably love to adapt this series as an anime, just like we got Lucy Liu’s O-Ren Ishii background in “Kill Bill,” but she only knew after watching “Apocalypse Now: Redux.” The episode would totally derail the progression of the story.
“I watch and I go, ‘I’m dealing with a three-and-a-half hour movie. It’ll be Yuki’s revenge that goes first. I’ll kill myself shooting it, it’ll cost $1 million and it’ll be the first thing to go, so I can’t.'”
So now “Yuki’s Revenge” remains a cinephile, in much the same way as the French Plantation scene in “Apocalypse Now” before. Maybe one day Tarantino will revisit this episode, especially if it continues one day. Tips for making “Kill Bill Vol. 3”. But for now, it’s a fascinating “what if”.