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DJANGO UNCHAINED: First Trailer For Quentin Tarantino’s Latest Hits Web
Early clip and synopsis offer plenty of promise.
People who are critical of Quentin Tarantino don’t need any help finding things to pick on. Too much violence. Too much revenge. He’s just a collage artist (This last one from Vincent Gallo. How’s that mouth workin’ out Vincent?).
Well, those critics won’t likely find much in Tarantino’s latest project, Django Unchained, to change their opinion. The undercurrent of revenge has always been at least peripherally present in his work, rising toward a crescendo in his last three films, Kill Bill, Kill Bill 2, and Inglorious Basterds. And while I would certainly never doubt Tarantino’s ability to bring us the best in quality vengeance, that crescendo may finally arrive this Christmas in the form of Django Unchained.
Up until this point, we here at the Complex (along with you at home) have been left to guess what all exactly we are in for with this one. The early descriptions, basically constituted of some variation of the keywords “spaghetti western slave revenge,” while tanatalizing, certainly left something to be desired in terms of getting a read on the tone.
Well, now we have a nice slab of substance to sink our teeth into, starting with the first trailer from the picture, released earlier today for your enjoyment:
And if that isn’t enough (what the hell do you people want, anyways?), the official synopsis for the film, which we got a look at courtesy of Collider, fills in some plot holes in rather revelatory fashion, particularly in regards to the roles of Tarantino alums Kurt Russell and Samuel L. Jackson. You can check it out at the above link.
Needless to say, Django Unchained continues to captivate the Complex, and you can watch this space for a steady stream of updates as they become available.