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Django Unchained's Christopher Waltz & Director Quentin Tarantino Talk About Violence In Movies

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Quentin Tarantino has never shied away from controversy, but even he is at a loss for words when discussing the all-too-recent tragedies.

So it is refreshing to hear Christopher Waltz, the Academy Award winning actor and lead star in Django Unchained, add his thoughts into the discourse hat on how or if violence in films affects its audience.

It is extremely interesting, and is a side of an argument we do not hear enough these days.

If you like expanding your mind a little bit then this is definitely a can't miss video!

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7 comments to “Django Unchained's Christopher Waltz & Director Quentin Tarantino Talk About Violence In Movies”

  1. 1

    Violence in Shakespears day does not make violence in our day acceptable. Our collective intelligence is supposed to be better now and we should be able to avoid creating situations where violence might occur.

  2. 2

    good post, Suzi

  3. 3

    Perez, I love you, but sometimes you should do your research a little bit more carefully. His name is Christoph not Christopher.

  4. 4

    Christopher had it right. It's the media. But also a tad bit of Hollywood. People are easily influenced by crap it's pathetic. Take for example, 50 shades of grey. GROWN women hopped on a bandwagon and became influenced by a poorly written book, so much so they started trying bondage, and sending the same exact sex toys used in the book flying off the shelves. There was tons of news reports on it. Now go onto the media. With their sensationalism. They do nothing but find out every little detail of a shooters life, and then shove it down everyone's throat for weeks on end. A shooting will shut down places, push back premiers, and have all sorts of moronic effects. They essentially make the shooters famous. I can name 5 shooters who did a mass shooting..I cannot name a single victim. Evidence enough right there.

    So is it really a stretch that some mentally off psychopath who's angry at the world who was never given any attention watches movies, watches the media glamorize the shooters then gets that idea in his head? Cmon..

  5. kneegoobknaafoo says – reply to this


    C H R I S T O P H - not - -ER

  6. fith says – reply to this


    Re: NookiesWA – Well said

  7. clementine. says – reply to this


    It's Christoph. You ass.