The paper shows that the director uses the transition from one scene to another thereby causing a film to have an effective continuity of action. For instance, when in Japan the young Ishii's parents are murdered in front of her by the Yakuza and later on takes vengeance on the Yakuza boss making her become the new boss after training as an elite assassin. In which case, the match cut helps in giving a connection between the two different events.
The film also makes use of spectacular sound edits to make the film even more lively. The scenes are well synchronized with the sound leading to the creation of sound bridges for each scene. In the film kill Bill, even if you cannot see the horrific image, you can still hear the cracking of the bones, the blood spray, and the victim let out dying breath or one last shriek. A lot of the sound effects are created by the artificial use of the FX sound effects which creates an atmosphere of the real life situations and also keep the audience glued in both either of the visual or auditory senses.
In conclusion, the creativity that is applied while editing a film determines the quality and the size of the market of the film. Any form of art requires very well edited sound; effects and a diverse application of techniques that will make the audience enjoy the art and also are part of it when they are attracted. A good art, therefore, must have a good and quality visual and audio effects that make the film appear to captivate and real.