well, i wasn't speaking on slavery in the historic context, because of course they had each others back. harriet tubman, anyone?

but as far as the movie, which is a fictional historical drama, i think that is how django felt. he was alone it the world worth nothing more then what someone was willing to pay (which in history i'm sure slaves may have felt). the one person he loved more in the world and who loved him back was taken away. he didnt care about any of those other slaves.
Originally Posted by thelio
that may be true, but that was also what made me dislike the movie character. He didn't grow in ways that I would have liked him to.

And I think it's odd to see a interview saying that young black men today need to see what slavery was like since they seem to think it no longer matters, but then not show strong male friendships. Sorry. not buying it