Django Unchained’s America by Quentin Tarantino

A film about different cultures, ethnicities and the culture of slavery. The black Django represents the most instinctive part and the German Shultz the most magniloquent and strategic part of the couple. This increases the depth of Tarantino's speech on ethnic and cultural diversity.

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A film about different cultures, ethnicities and the culture of slavery. On the other hand, the black Django represents the most instinctive part and the German Shultz the most magniloquent and strategic part of the couple. This increases the depth of Tarantino’s speech on ethnic and cultural diversity.

Django is a complex film by Quentin Tarantino that marks the return to the western and the great natural settings in his seventh film. Django is the name of a gunslinger present in many western films, a tribute to Tarantino’s genre that formed him as a director and a spectator. Here Django is a black slave who is freed by a Shultz bounty hunter. He also trains him to his job as a bounty hunter. Django stands out for his skill underlined by the epic music, the ralenty and the virtuosity of the great director. Shultz agrees to help him free his wife from Candy Land, in southern slaveland, after discovering her name is Broomhilda (a German name).

Subtle is the contrast between the German-born dentist and Calvin Candie, the slave chief of Candy Land, a lover of French culture, from whom Django and Shultz go as guests to circumvent him. This is why Shultz, before taking him out, will quote the Frenchman Dartagnan of Dumas.

A film about different cultures, ethnicities and the culture of slavery. On the other side the black Django represents the most instinctive part and the German Shultz the most magniloquent and strategic part of the couple. This increases the depth of Tarantino’s speech on ethnic and cultural diversity.

I’m a lover of all Tarantino’s movies, my favorites here:

Once upon a time in Hollywood: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YTD3CLT/ref=nosim?Tag=gabriele044-20
Reservoir Dogs: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000KX0ISG/ref=nosim?tag=gabriele044-20
Pulp Fiction: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001AQT0Z4/ref=nosim?tag=gabriele044-20
Django: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LAIIKI/ref=nosim?tag=gabriele044-20
Jakie Brown: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007PSIYP8/ref=nosim?tag=gabriele044-20

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