Uma Thurman's Kids May be Traumatized From Watching 'Kill Bill'

On Monday’s The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Uma Thurman explained that she had waited until just a few years ago to show her children Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2. Scenes in the films were so violent they had to be changed from color to black and white to get around MPAA restrictions.

Uma’s teenage son was shocked by the movie. She explained, “My son was like, ‘It hurt when they shot my mom in the chest and nailed her in the coffin.’ I was glad I waited as long as possible.”

Comedian Jason Jones also visited the Late Show but had no problems showing his 5-year-old son Kill Bill. His son even wrote a school report on it, describing the “very, very, very, very, very violent movie.”

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