If Tarantino decides to actually make this film, it will have been so many years since Kill Bill Parts 1 and 2 that it would only make sense to have flashback scenes to fill in the current audience with the backstory behind these characters. I don’t think Quentin would just make the film on the assumption that 15 years later, all the viewers have seen and remember the original films.
The Sabotage Times calls this the best scene Tarantino ever wrote. I wouldn’t go that far, but it certainly a great scene thats enhanced by perfect performances from Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper.
The films of Quentin Tarantino are ripe for philosophical speculation, raising compelling questions about justice and ethics, violence and aggression, the nature of causality, and the flow of time. How is Tarantino able to create a coherent story when he jumps between past, future, and present? The philosophers in this book take on those questions and more in essays as provocative as the films themselves.