Django is a slave who lives in the wild west. One day, a bounty hunter gently(!) bought him, and gave him the opportunity of his life, he would be his partner as a bounty hunter for the winter, and after the winter, they would save his wife. It was time for revenge for Django. And Dr. Schultz will be accompanying him...
Sexual and Erotic Content
No sexual and/or erotic content.
Only at the end of the scene, Django kisses his wife, and only the shadow is seen.
No significant nudity scenes have been observed in the movie.
There's a non-erotic scene in the movie which includes nudity. At a scene the woman gets out of her punishment, and she is naked.
Some sexual violance but no visual scenes.
There are some slave women that are used as sex objects. That is not counted as rape but it is disturbing.
Alcohol and/or Drug abuse
Occasional alcohol and/or drug use.
There is a lot of alcohol usage, and mainly cigarette usage. At a scene Django orders some alcohol, and also smoking is seen too.
There are not homosexual relations in the movie.
Aggressive Behavior and/or Violence
Very frequent aggressive behavior and/or violence.
Blood can be seen throughout the whole movie, there are many violent scenes, including violence against the slaves.
There are many profanities through the movie, and the nigger word is used a lot, beacuse it is a time where there is no respect for black people.
Household violence and adultery
No household violence and/or adultery.
Negative references to any religion or belief
No negative references to religion or belief.
Negative role models and messages for teens
Some negative role models and messages for teens.
The role model is a black person who is under too much pressure, for a long part of the movie he has to pretend like he is a bad person, but after that he shows his real face. The message is the treatment made to the black people back then, and it shows that it shouldn't have been done.
Positive family values
No positive family values.
Movie is not suitable to watch with family.
Positive representation of Islam
There is no reference to Islam and Muslims.
Directed by: Quentin Tarantino
Written by: Quentin Tarantino
Samuel L. Jackson
Music by: Elayna Boynton
Cinematography: Robert Richardson
Editing by: Fred Raskin
Studio: A Band Apart
The Weinstein Company
Running time: 165 minutes
Country: United States
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