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How many times is Bill done in?

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(NT) (NT) Maybe it's a twin?

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While I haven't seen either

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I think it was intended to be a two part story to begin with, if I recall what I read correctly in a magazine.

That's not a sequel then, it's part two of the same story.

I think.

RogerNC

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Re: While I haven't seen either -- Me neither, but correct

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Hi, Roger.

Saw reviews of both on Ebert and Roeper. And somehow there's apparently room for a part III one day (don't ask me how!)

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I've seen both films

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It was originally one film and was split into two when it got to be nearly 4 hours long. If you're a Tarantino fan or a fan of any of the film genres he pays tribute to, you'll enjoy them.

DK, as to part 3:

Without giving anything away, the door is open for a part 3, but it would take place (and probably be filmed) around 15-20 years from now.

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