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Since Quentin Tarantino's long-time editor and collaborator Sally Menke died unexpectedly after completing Inglourious Basterds, many fans of the audacious auteur wondered how his next venture, the freed slave-centered spaghetti western Django Unchained would come together. Would he stumble without the support system and friend he credited with being a major contributor to his works? Clocking in at 165 minutes, Django Unchained was one of the longer films released in 2012, yet in some ways it seemed too short, leaving several curious questions unanswered. Tarantino himself admits much was chopped from Django, but not all of it was cut in the editing room. Since the film came out we've learned why the "D" is silent, and why Amber Tamblyn became the featured extra credited as "Daughter of a Son of a Gunfighter." Now celebrated stunt woman and recurring Tarantino performer Zoe Bell has revealed a little bit about her mysterious masked character. »

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