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Film synopsis Django Unchained (2012)

Two years before the Civil struggle pits brother-against-brother, German-born fugitive hunter Dr. King Schultz (Academy Award-winner Christoph Waltz) arrives in america determined to capture the outlaw Brittle brothers dead or alive. In the midst of his seek, Dr. Schultz crosses paths with Django (Academy Award-winner Jamie Foxx), a freed slave and skilled tracker who seeks to rescue his loved wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) from ruthless plantation owner Calvin Candie (Academy Award-nominee Leonardo DiCaprio). As soon as Django has aided Dr. Schultz in coral ling the Brittle brothers, the two team as much as seize a number of the maximum wanted men inside the South. In the meantime, Django in no way loses sight of his venture to free Broomhilda from the treacherous slave trade earlier than it is too overdue. Upon arriving at Candie's nefarious plantation, dubbed Candyland, Django and Dr. Schultz find out that slaves are being groomed for gladiator-like competitions by Candie's malevolent right-hand man Billy Crash (Walton Goggins), and collectively they skillfully paintings their way onto the compound for a closer appearance. But just as Django and his partner discover Broomhilda and plot a daring break out, Candie's residence slave Stephen (Academy Award-nominee Samuel L. Jackson) catches wind in their plan, and informs his master of the betrayal. Now, as a clandestine agency tries to returned them right into a nook, Django and Dr. Schultz will have to come out with pistols blazing if they ever hope to unfastened Broomhilda from Candyland and the clutches of its vile proprietor.

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