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Year: 2012
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Running time: 165 min.
Country: United States
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Cast: Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Johnson, Walton Goggins, Laura Cayouette, Dennis Christopher, M.C. Gainey, James Remar, Michael Parks, Bruce Dern, James Parks, Cooper Huckabee, Doc Duhame, Franco Nero, Quentin Tarantino, James Russo, Jonah Hill, Dana Gourrier, Sammi Rotibi, Nichole Galicia, Ato Essandoh, David Steen, Amber Tamblyn, Zoe Bell, Russ Tamblyn, Tom Savini, Rex Linn, Lee Horsley, John Jarratt
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Synopsis: With the help of his mentor, a slave-turned-bounty hunter sets out to rescue his wife from a brutal Mississippi plantation owner. In the American South, two years before The Civil War begins, a slave named Django (Jamie Foxx) is set free by Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz) a German bounty hunter so he can help track down some criminal brothers/slavers who had owned him previously. After their initial team-up, the new friends continue to ride along together during which Dr. Schultz teaches Django how to be a proficient professional outlaw catcher and deadly pistoleer. When Schultz later learns of Django’s estranged slave wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington), who was sold off to a wealthy plantation owner named Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), the two men hatch a plan to infiltrate Candie’s estate and rescue her.

Critics: “Tarantino injects the weighty material with so many jocular, startling and unexpected touches that it’s constantly stimulating.”

“An immensely satisfying taste of antebellum empowerment packaged as spaghetti-Western homage. Once again, Quentin Tarantino rides to the Weinsteins’ rescue, delivering a bloody hilarious (and hilariously bloody) Christmas counter-programmer.”