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Thursday, 13 December 2012

'I kill white people': Dozens of racial slurs, attack dogs and murder in cotton fields in Quentin Tarantino film cr

Quentin Tarantino is known for walking a risky line in dealing with race in his films, and completely flies past it when it comes to the use of violence.
His latest film, called Django Unchained, is no different and the setting of the slave-filled American south in the years prior to the Civil War has many crying foul at his use of racial slurs.
This is not the first time that Tarantino has been criticized for his use of the n-word, as Spike Lee took issue with its use in the 1997 film Jackie Brown where the controversial director allowed it to be used 38 times.
The latest film, which will open on Christmas Day, focuses on the partnership between a former slave who becomes a bounty hunter who enjoys killing white people in his pursuit for his captured wife.
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Django Unchained: Jamie Foxx's character goes from being a slave in a chain gang to a bounty hunter
Django Unchained: Jamie Foxx's character goes from being a slave in a chain gang to a bounty hunter

Scars of slavery: The trailer shows the back of some slaves, which clearly displays the abuse they felt a the hands of their masters in pre-Civil War Texas
Scars of slavery: The trailer shows the back of some slaves, which clearly displays the abuse they felt a the hands of their masters in pre-Civil War Texas
A screening of the film on Tuesday led to reviews that warn of extreme violence and excessive cursing.
'Quite naturally, given the historical setting, the N-word gets a heavy workout, by whites and blacks alike. But much more forceful is the cruelty dispensed by the Southern whites, both as punishment and whim,' a review in The Hollywood Reporter says.
Among the scarring acts are instances when attack dogs are released on a man, and black fighters are forced to fight to the death in an ornate drawing room simply for the entertainment of a white plantation owner.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2247077/Django-Unchained-Dozens-racial-slurs-attack-dogs-murder-cotton-fields-Quentin-Tarantino-film-criticized-excessive.html#ixzz2ExjjbZxN

1 comMENTS:

I bet nobody will complain about anti-white agenda from the characters in this. But oh no say the n word that all black people use as a general term to mean 'male' anyway, obvious racism. The word is used in these movies to make a point, the characters are supposed to represent either racists or people from a time where nigger was the word used by everyone. People will complain about absolutely anything

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