Brad Pitt and
scalps, and y’all will git (get) me 100 Nazi scalps, taken from the heads of 100 dead Nazis, or die trying.”
And critics believe the film’s portrayal of German characters, in addition to the violent events, will spark outrage amongst German citizens.
According to a report by The Times of London: “It is not just the scalping, or the carving of swastikas in foreheads, or the shooting of a German officer’s
testicles, or the slow strangling scene–shown with Tarantino‘s customary love of detail–that is likely to upset the German nation and its critics. It is the whole idea of turning the Second World War into a comic-book adventure in which not a single German character has redeeming value.”
In a recent interview, Tarantino said: “I don’t want it to feel like a period film. This is a modern, in-your-face movie.”
He has not commented on reports of the leaked script.
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