Originally Posted by Deberg_1990
Yea, good point Mic. Im still going back and forth on it. On one hand QT wants to just make a fun spaghetti western good time. Which is fine.......But on the other hand he makes it dark and gritty setting it in a controversial, ugly time period. I honestly did think he overused the N word.....but i guess hes trying to push buttons and remain true to the time period. Maybe he was deliberately trying to make the audience feel uncomfortable? It definitely made me squirm a few times.
I don't think he overused it one bit. I can't think of a time that it was used and it wasn't appropriate to the era and the context of the story.
I liked how he set up the time/era by showing how surprised and appalled white folk were at seeing a black man on horseback.