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Django Unchained Video Interview: Quentin Tarantino

Writer/Director of Django Unchained

by | December 21, 2012 | Comments

Nothing says Christmas better than seeing people’s heads explode, Quentin Tarantino style. His latest film, Django Unchained, gives the touchy issue of slavery a Grindhouse flare.

Luke Goodsell sat down with six members of the cast to talk about their accents, favorite QT characters of all time, Bill Cosby, and Prince (just go with it).

The man himself, Quentin Tarantino:

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