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Name: Professor: Course: Name: Django unchained is based in 1858 America Texas to be precise. A former German dentist turned bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz meets Django a black slave being transported by the Speck brothers. He is looking for fugitives called the Brittle brothers and luckily Django knows them…

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Django accepts this offer and he receives training from the Dr who hopes to make him his deputy. The two manage to locate the two brothers and even succeed in killing them. Dr Schultz keeps his word and pays Django who tells him that he would use the money to buy his wife’s (Broomhilda) freedom. She is also a black German speaking slave. It is then that Dr Schultz comes up with another preposition. He proposes that the work together for the winter and he would not only give Django a third of the bounty but also help him rescue his wife. This causes Django to accept and the two become good friends. They work together for the winter and then head for Gatlinburgh where they learn than Broomhilda is under a ruthless slave owner Candie Von shaft living on a farm known as Candyland in Mississippi. The two friends plot on how they will rescue Broomhilda which is not so easy since Candie’s minion Stephen cannot be fooled so easily. The clip starts with us being introduced to Django the slave chained to other slaves as they are being marched to their new estate by the Speck brothers. As night falls we see a cart belonging to one Dr Schultz pulling up upon which he calls out to the speck brothers and introduces himself. He is clearly more intelligent than the cruel brothers. ...
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