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Director Antoine Fuqua has defended Quentin Tarantino and his western Django Unchained against Spike Lee and other critics. Tarantino's film has come under fire for its controversial content including violence, strong language and the sensitive subject of slavery. > Digital Spy's 'Django Unchained' review: Quentin Tarantino is a director off the leash Fuqua spoke out in support of Tarantino on Sunday (December 30) during an appearance at the Hollywood Film Festival in Capri, Italy. The Training Day director addressed the recent comments made by many when it came to Tarantino's use of the "N"-word and Spike Lee's recent statement that the movie was "disrespectful". Do the Right Thing and Inside Man filmmaker Lee also said that he has no interest in seeing Django (more) »


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