I know what you’re thinking, but this is not a kid’s movie. The Forty Elephants were not elephants. They were a notorious all-girl shoplifting gang. At the height of their power in the 1920s these ladies had London on its knees. Their leader was a woman called Diamond Alice who was known for wearing many rings and punching people. The opportunities for a catch phrase are endless: “Diamonds are forever, bitch!” “Your face just went to Jared’s!” “Every kiss begins with KAPOW!”
One condition about this film: no character is allowed to learn from their mistakes or regret their decision or try to be become better people. These girls were stone-cold anti-heroines and I want them to stay that way. Tarantino, you can have this one. You’ll know what to do.