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Spike Lee Talks "Django Unchained"

 
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Originally posted by Sang Froid Sang Froid wrote:

Originally posted by Jess Jess wrote:

"Django Unchained" not only plunges Tarantino back into the racially sensitive territory that has brought him criticism in the past, it essentially explodes it. The n-word is used more than 100 times in the film. Two especially violent scenes of slavery – one a Mandingo brawl, the other involving a dog – even Tarantino calls "traumatizing."


Damn. Over 100 times...

Umm....it's a movie about slavery. 


Originally posted by Midwest_Da_Gawd Midwest_Da_Gawd wrote:

I want somebody to explain to me why Tarantino is so infatuated with the word "N*gger".

He even uses it in movies that he DIDN'T write or direct (Desperado). In muthaf*ckin CAMEO ROLES and sh*t.
 

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The slaves were weak for eating and phucking, but the Indians were strong OG for "resisting"....fast forward a couple hundred years to when there are 30mill-ish nigras and bout 5mill Indians. And 99% of those Indians are white as fresh snow.

Yeah. The strong will forever survive.
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I remember recently seeing Pulp Fiction and that scene with Ving Rhames big burly ass gettin raped...yea I felt a certain wayOuch
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ion care. a movie about a black man slaughtering whitey to get back his black woman makes me all kinds of hot. don't really care about the rest Stern Smile 
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I want to watch this movie though.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (10) Thanks(10)   Quote carolina cutie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec 24 2012 at 10:58pm
Originally posted by FarraFace FarraFace wrote:

The slaves were weak for eating and phucking, but the Indians were strong OG for "resisting"....fast forward a couple hundred years to when there are 30mill-ish nigras and bout 5mill Indians. And 99% of those Indians are white as fresh snow.

Yeah. The strong will forever survive.
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Good Bye Uncle Tom had a deleted scene with a big slave revolt at the end...

"American distributors felt that such scenes were too incendiary, and forced Jacopetti and Prosperi to remove more than thirteen minutes of footage explicitly concerned with racial politics for American and other Anglophone audiences."

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Many native Americans were enslaved .
Native American immune systems also had a hard time fending off the diseases the Europeans brought over.
Europeans and Africans also had previous contact in trading and I believe Africans were cheaper.
Africans were also very familiar with cultivating rice and other labor intensive crops.
And were thought to stronger

Native Americans knew the land so escaping would be much easier.
Nearby tribes would provide refuge for the runaway native Americans.


There are a lot of factors that go into that.

But there was a large population of Native American slaves in sc.


Ol Blue eyes just sent them on their trail of tears.

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No offense intended to any of our brown haired, light eyed, caramel frappaccino complected, Indian BHMers. Gon head and rep that 1/32nd Iroquois.
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I don't like Tarantino (movies) in general, so why would I watch this. It's definetly not a movie I'd watch on Xmas either, but to each her own.
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