Quentin Tarantino unchains America’s tormented past in "Django"

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Director Quentin Tarantino poses for a portrait while promoting his movie "Django Unchained" in New YorkLOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Twenty years after Quentin Tarantino unveiled his first film "Reservoir Dogs," the director has turned his eye to America's slavery history, spinning a blood-filled retribution tale in his trademark style for "Django Unchained." Tarantino, 49, has become synonymous with violence and dark humor, taking on the Nazis in "Inglourious Basterds" and mobsters in "Pulp Fiction." In "Django Unchained," to be released in U.S. …

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