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Quentin Tarantino Has Just One Chance to Rewrite His Own Racial Tropes

A review of his filmography shows how black actors use profanity more than white actors

Samuel L. Jackson and Leonardo DiCaprio in “Django Unchained.” Photo: IMDB

ItIt seems remarkable that an eccentric filmmaker would voluntarily walk away from the entertainment industry at the height of their career, but if Quentin Tarantino stays true to his word, he’s already…

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