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If you haven’t seen it yet, the Netflix original docu-series “Django Unchained” is now available on Netflix.

In the movie, a young slave escapes the clutches of the brutal overseer of a slave plantation and decides to return to his family and try to start over.

His story was written and directed by the Oscar-nominated director Quentin Tarantino, and it was released in September 2018.

The film tells the story of a man named Django, who is forced to fight a group of slave-owners in order to escape the clutles of the plantation.

Django must fight his way out of the clutacks by using his wits and his badassery, but at the end of the day, he will have to make a choice.

It’s a good film, but there’s something missing from the story.

Django doesn’t get to fight his own battles against the plantation owners.

He has to fight for the freedom of other slaves who have been forced to work on the plantation for the past several decades.

Why?

Because that is what Django wants.

It’s a great story, but Django doesn.

He wants to be free.

This is Django Unchained, which means that the movie’s narrative structure isn’t about a slave uprising.

Instead, it’s about the plantation’s violent and oppressive management of its slave population.

That’s not to say Django is a sympathetic character.

He is.

But he is also a character who has to confront the way his life has been torn apart by this cruel system.

And that is why he has to make an extremely difficult choice.

He must decide whether to be a slave to his own freedom or to become a slave for the sake of freedom.

That is the crux of Django Unchains story, and the movie has been lauded for its depiction of slavery in a modern way.

There is no shortage of great stories about slavery, but the way we tell them is often quite bleak.

In this case, the film doesn’t tell the story in a way that would be sympathetic to the character.

And while it’s true that the story is dark, there are many parts that are very positive.

The fact that Tarantino uses real-life slavery in the movie makes Django Unchaining a powerful work of fiction, even if it’s not always a very uplifting one.

I’m not saying the story should not be read as a cautionary tale about slavery in America, but I do think it should be seen as something of a caution.

In this case it’s a warning about what happens when slavery is normalized and people become complacent with its negative impact on the black community.

This is a powerful film, and one that deserves to be seen by a wide audience.

But even with the film’s positive aspects, the movie doesn’t necessarily go far enough in highlighting the darker parts of the history of slavery.

While Django is not a perfect representation of the conditions of slavery that existed in the American South, it is a very powerful and honest depiction of what was happening in the region.

Djude’s story is not meant to be sympathetic, and that is one of the major problems with the movie.

There is no need for the story to be relatable.

Instead, Django Unchain tells the tale of a character whose struggle is not one of empathy.

He doesn’t understand the reasons behind the actions he is compelled to take.

He also doesn’t feel comfortable in his own skin.

So while Django is certainly sympathetic, his story is told through the lens of a modern-day slaveholder who sees himself as a hero and sees himself protecting others from his own oppression.

He’s a villain who thinks that he’s a hero, even though he’s actually just another cog in the slave-holding machine.

For Tarantino to use slavery as a central theme in his movie is an act of complicity.

Even when it is done with good intentions, slavery still exists in the modern world, and there are still plenty of examples of it.

The problem is that Django’s story doesn’t have to be about an idealized version of the past, but instead about what it’s like to be the victim of something that happens today.

Because that is the reality that many people in the black communities feel, but it is not the reality of the world that Django is trying to create.

We live in a world that has become so obsessed with the concept of equality and justice that there are very few things we can say in public that are not also politically correct.

The best way to address those issues is to speak truth to power, which is why it’s important that we stand up for the truth, not to fight against it.

When Django tries to be an idealist, he is only able to do so

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