Django : Unchained

I will tell you about the movie called Django: Unchained. It is directed and written by Quentin Tarantino. The movie is starred by big moviestars such as Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson who portray respectively Django, Dr. King Schultz, Calvin Candie, Broomhilda von Shaft and Stephen. It is made in 2012 and is seen as one of the all time classics. Django tells a different story from the usual movies in our modern time Hollywood movies. The movie starts with Django cross ways with Dr. King Schultz during a time at the American Civil War. Django is a slave and Dr. King Schultz is a price hunter with German descent. Django wants to capture his old master dead or alive and because of that Django makes a deal with Schultz while Django promises Schultz that he will bring him the Brittle brothers for his freedom. The two get the job done but don’t part their ways and start to get after the most wanted criminals around southern. After Django gets so professional during his hunt era that he has only one mission: He wants to find and rescue his wife Broomhilda which he lost because of a slave trade. This mission gets them to the negatively famous farm called “Candyland” and it will lead them to that owner of the farm Calvin Candie. This movie interpretes the documentary Reel Bad Arabs. This documentary is based on a real story. It tells the story of black people othered and used as slaves by white people two years before the American Civil War. Moreover , this movie is based on real story . Therefore , you can see how black people being othered by white people before the American Civil War and how this things reflected to todays world . Moreover , as the other stereotypes in other movies . There is white rescuer of miserable person .django-unchained04

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