Music, Sampling, and Musical Intertextuality in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained

Amaia Ibarraran-Bigalondo
According to both critics and the general public, Quentin Tarantino is probably one of the most respected, applauded—and despised—contemporary directors. Some of his movies will forever be regarded as revolutionary in the history of cinema and he has created his own style, the Tarantino style. This consists of the blending of different genres, the representation of violence in an aestheticized way, non-chronological storylines, and the centrality of music in his films (Barnes Hearn 6; Rennet...
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