ranging from good to bad, but one of the most common historical genres in Hollywood is representation of slavery.
Django Unchained, a 2012 movie by acclaimed director Quentin Tarantino, gained a lot of attention and success on box office and in terms of critics review as well. The movie industry used to rely entirely on fictious storylines and fictional settings that did not resemble real history much. However, that trend has changed significantly in recent years as historical accuracy has become an important factor of consideration in serious drama movies and some directors have shown incredible desire to remain as true to reality as possible.
Django Unchained follows the trademark direction style of Tarantino as it has stylized gore and violent depiction of the historical America. Tarantino has been vocal about focusing on historical accuracy at any cost even if it is uncomfortable for the audience to watch.Django Unchained tells the story of Django, a house slave in Texas and Dr. King Schultz, a German bounty hunter.
The unlikely duo of Django and Schultz continues to search for bounty while Django also tries to find and free his wife from slavery. Throughout the movie, the director has shown the ugly side of slavery in the South from unco