” I’m curious what makes you so Fight to death: Monstrosity of Calvin Candiecurious” Django Freeman
This scene involves such characters as Django, Dr. King Schultz, Calvin Candie and Leo Moguy where Calvin Candie relishes a fight of two “blacks” that purposes to gratify “whites.” This is when Calvin Candie invites Dr. King Schultz, as businessman, and Django as Shultz partner to savor the fight first, then talk business. In the whole movie, Dr. Schultz as well as in this scene plays an astute orator who fools everybody to his advantage. On the other hand, Django Freeman, a man who’d been enduring for being “black” all his life and seeking for his wife. From my perspective, this fight scene has such a crucial use of slaves that blacks are presented as OBJECTS,worse then dogs.
Another imperative actor is Calvin Candie who plays a critter of beast maltreating blacks mercilessly. By including this character, Quentin Tarantino, a writer and director of this movie, is trying to depict the slavery in clear sense. He was his audience to feel how blacks were denied the humanity. He tries to display that as a privately owned, a slave was equal in status to a horse or even cart.For that he involves Calvin Candie for whom there was little to diminish blacks, it was necessary for him, according to the French observer of American life of Alexis de Tocqueville, “deprive slave desire for freedom.” Undoubtedly, Quentin Tarantino controversially challenges his audience throughout the movie.
“Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally.” – ABRAHAM LINCOLN, speech, Mar. 17, 1865