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Quentin Tarantino Not Concerned With Violence in Django Unchained

Tarantino has never bowed to Hollywood convention. In fact, his unorthodox cocktail of cross-genre storytelling, garish bloodshed and overall lack of traditional reverence has made him one of the industry's most adored -- if not feared -- filmmakers.

"Not one word of social criticism that's been leveled my way has ever changed one word of any script or any story I tell," says the 49-year-old Oscar winner (for 1994's Pulp Fiction), whose latest offering, The Weinstein Co.'s Django Unchained, has ruffled more than a few feathers with its brazen use of the N-word (more than 100 utterances) and extreme violence (particularly in a post-Connecticut-school-shooting America).

Source: Hollywood Reporter. Read full article. (link)

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  • Agile Cyborg||

    Movies kill. Bring back oppressive censorship for the sake of our children.

    /sarcasm

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