But hadn't Schultz like beaten it into Django that he wasn't to step out of character. That he had to be convincing and he ought to play the role in a certain way. That a Black slaver had to be like scum of the earth? If Candy suspected differently, then the plan wouldn't work.
Why would he step out of character and risk messing it all up to befiend the other slaves.
The moment he let his guard down and Stephen (SamL Jackson) caught on...what happened?
Django might have witnessed attacks like that before. Plus, he had to stay in character.
Not sure what you mean.
But I don't think you can compare the reactions of a free, White, educated dentist-turned-bounty hunter to a brutalized slave. I woud expect the slave to stay stonefaced about a lot more things than fancy pants.
(Jamie and fancy lol)