Quentin sure knows his stuff, or at least believes strongly in it. He was more convincing as opposed to the interviewer’s weakly fundamented accusations. In fact, no innocent people actually die in Kill Bill, except for O-Ren’s parents, which aren’t part of the main story and is more tragic. And I don’t think it encourages violence because it is too unrealistic. The first time I saw it I was relieved that the action is improbable in real life. But the story justifies every bit, and Quentin is right about the code of honour and all that; there are positive values in this film regarding that. However, it is possible to argue properly in opposition of this.