Django Unchained Analysis

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Quentin Tarantino, one of the most well-known directors in modern cinematography for his way of portraying dark and gritty environments and situations with a certain dark humor that just takes it all away. Famous for works through time like the Kill Bill series and Pulp Fiction, Tarantino in 2012 releases Django Unchained, a film set right before and in the American civil war emphasizing greatly the topics of slavery, racism, and the injustice that was how society treated black individuals in those times. The movie tells the fictional tale of Django, a recently freed slave who has become a bounty hunter and his quest to free his wife from the treacherous life under a white master, there is no doubt that these events are not part of any actual events in the real American civil war when it comes to the characters and the story, but the atmosphere and environments depicted in it are inspired in the real event and even though there is…show more content…
The best example to compare Django to is Tarantino 's 6th film Inglorious Bastards, the violent-filled heroic tale of a group of Jewish men who try to face off against the German reign. In both films the oppressed side of the event has a hero who is fighting against injustice with an immense amount of violence, Django the slave and the group of men, and this is in my opinion a way in which Tarantino is portraying his opinions as how violence is sometimes the action people have to resort to if any change is wanted in the future. It could be said that when it comes to the violence in Django, it could be a well-deserved backlash at how slaves were treated and now they are getting what they disperse in a dark but still humorous

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