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Quentin Tarantino has never really played by the rules over the course of his career as a filmmaker. From his early films, which have since become modern classics such as Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, to his recent work such as Kill Bill and Inglourious Basterds, Tarantino has proven he’s not afraid to take risks, or push the boundaries when demonstrating his artistry. In Django Unchained, Tarantino has undeniable created a vehicle to indulge in wild fantasy to such an excess, that he may need a stint in rehab to recover.

Django Unchained is a re-imagining of Sergio Corbucci’s popular 1966 spaghetti western revenge film Django, which starred Franco Nero in the titular role. Keeping in line with the director’s unorthodox style, Django Unchained attempts to combine the ambiance and style of a classic spaghetti western, with the delicate topic of slavery in the Deep South just before the Civil War. »

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