So the title could also be.. "Thriller: a bad ass movie"
That is a good play on words; it's unfortunate that it gets lost in the translation. In the theme of exploitation titling, the American title "They Call Her One-Eye" is my favorite.
I read that Frigga's character was Quentin Tarantino's inspiration for the character of Elle Driver in Kill Bill
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You could argue that he also took away the idea of the main female protagonist being subjected to physical trauma and sexual assault that she was powerless to stop (well, until Uma woke up in "Kill Bill"). Then you add in the element of a lost child. I watched "The Black Cat" (1934) the other night. There is a calm antagonism between the opposing players in that, along with the lost child aspect. "Kill Bill" ends up being a mixture of 70's exploitation, the purposeful battles of wills from really old movies, and then a bunch of modern hyper-action.
I'm confused! "Stuff to watch for" doesn't list any random gratuitous breast shots and yet there's breasteses referred in the list of characters and even a picture. is this because they aren't gratuitous, they aren't random, or (in the case of Slap-happy Lesbian) aren't actually recognized as breasts as defined by the Geneva Convention??
Calling them random gratuitous breast shots didn't seem right. The whole film is mean and depraved, and whenever we see Frigga naked she is being abused. By the time she starts her revenge spree she is obviously nuts. Frigga also hurts some innocent bystanders, but you cheer her on in it because you understand how she got to be that way.