Throughout Djangos’ journey, Tarantino implements a powerful twist regarding the strength of Dr. Schultz’s’ leadership towards Django, ultimately presenting the viewer with the real passion of Djangos love for Broomhilda. We first begin to see Django take this role while he is en route to Candy land with Dr. Schultz and Calvin. Calvin sends the canines to attack the Mandingo who ran away as he aggressively glares into the eyes of Django, trying to see if he will be disturbed by the tearing of a black mans flesh. Not only does Django remain in character, but he also is able to impress Calvin to an extent. The “leader” of the two, Dr. Schultz, cannot bare to look, and Calvin immediately notices and comments, “Your boss looks a little green around the gills.” Django successfully covers for him. I find it interesting because only a few scenes prior to this when the two are out for Djangos first bounty hunt, Django feels he cannot just kill a man but Dr. Schultz reminds him about the 7000 dollars the bounty is worth. It is worth noting Django has been a slave for his entire life and has no connection to the money he would receive, instead, he is focused on helping Dr. Schultz who will later help him find Broomhilda. Broomhilda is all Django wants in his life, and with ease, pulls the trigger. Under no circumstance will Django show any sign of breaking character in the sense of treating the slaves well; he is motivated, excited, and has made it his only priority to save his wife. Dr. Schultz who is against slavery altogether, does not have the pressure in the back of his mind to stay in character the same way Django does. Additionally, his tone to slaves altogether is “out of character,” and for the rest of their time at the Candy land plantation there becomes a real sense of Django being fully in charge. I find that this film says a lot about the intensity and importance between Django and Broomhildas’ love, and without that, Django would never ride away a free man nor would he be bumping to Tupac during a shoot out (kill out).