Film Review: Django Unchained
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4/5 Quentin Tarantino has finally directed a western - and it's probably is one of the best in his huge collection of masterpieces. The director of Pulp Fiction is a huge Sergio Leone fan and Django Unchained clearly is a reflection of his admiration of this kind of movie. Quentin Tarantino let himself go in this latest direction and all the benefits go to the public, who will probably massively enjoy its three hours of pure genius. Django Unchained takes place in the USA in the 19th century before the Secession War. It tells the incredible story of Django (Jamie Foxx), a slave enrolled by Dr King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) – an original former dentist who became a bounty hunter – to emancipate his wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington), a slave at Candyland, Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio)’s plantation. This unexpected alliance between Django and Dr King Schultz will allow the former slave to become himself a tremendous bounty hunter and get his revenge over his former torturers.
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