| kfoxx1998 wrote:|
| Random Thoughts wrote:|
I obviously didn't like the attitude Solomon held towards the women slaves but I'm glad it was written that way because it speaks to the truth of our reality instead of hitting false notes just to make us feel better.
The review I read talked about how Solomon was on some serious self preservation but you are so right it is realistic even though its really fckd up. Aint no way to feel better about any of it and I hate when slavery/racism movies use fake "happy moments" to try and tamper the reality of despair and heartbreak. The over the top triumph approach to Django seemed less insulting somehow.
Yeah I'm def not going to see this movie
... Django literally destroyed .... DESTROYED... the most well know profitable slave plantation in the south BLASTING every single WHITE person to smithereens and blowing up the whole mansion top to bottom ..lol.. ON TOP OF saving his beautiful black wife from the clutches of the evil white oppressors.