Analysis Of 'Django: Unchained'

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Django: Unchained Film poster advertisements are meant to attract an audience, but no one actually pays attention to every single detail that is on a poster. Every detail that is put on a poster could give an idea on what type of movie it is and who is the main character, but some movie posters fail to do so and could also convey the wrong idea. Django: Unchained was released in 2013 and directed by Quentin Tarantino. The top billed Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kerry Washington, and Samuel L. Jackson. Django was a slave who has recently been freed to help a bounty hunter find three dangerous men, who are known as the Brittle brothers. In exchange for his help, the bounty hunter will help Django save his wife, Broomhilda, from a dangerous plantation. The two following posters should reflect that the movie is a part of the action genre, show that there is some violence, and give ideas on what the characters are like, for instance who is the good and bad guy.…show more content…
Jamie Foxx is front and center which means he is Django, the main character. Leonardo DiCaprio looks like he is the actual bad guy by the way he is positioned and his facial expression. One of the pictorial elements that can be seen are the guns. The guns may hint out that there will be some violence and action in the movie. The red splatters represent blood, which could also hint out the fact that the movie is Rated R. The cowboy hats and outfits could point out the fact that this movie takes place back in the day or during western

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