Quentin Tarantino's latest movie, "Django Unchained," about a slave-turned-bounty hunter, doesn't shy away from violence and language, including 110 uses of the N word - something the cast had to come to grips with while filming.
"These characters use the N word because that's what people said back then, and again if you don't understand how ugly the time is, you don't understand how bada** ...
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