RARA-AVIS: Tarantino's plot

From: Moorich2@aol.com
Date: 07 Oct 2003

In Monday's USA Today an article on Quentin Tarantino's new movie says Uma Thurman ran into the director at an Oscar party in 2000 and "asked him about a film idea they cooked up on the set of (Pulp) Fiction about a bride who is left for dead after her wedding party is slaughtered at the chapel. The woman swears vengeance on the attackers and hunts them down one by one."

This idea they cooked up sounds rather similar to Cornell Woolrich's novel THE BRIDE WORE BLACK that was filmed by Traffaut in 1968.

Richard Moore

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