SilverHeart wrote:prince0gotham wrote:Really? I thought I would be the only one. Seriously, if this is true it would be epic. At first I thought (d)Jango was supposed to be a blackxpoitaited equivalent of mass murdering, revenge driven jesus (whip scars), Shultz being Judah and so on. Then I thought it can't be just that because the references don't stop there. Jango-Jesus murdering people would/could be justified by the movie's universe being hell (the wood scenes look pretty theatrical, pitch black blackground, well lit grass, just like artificial scenery kinda). Django is on a quest to save his wife, which (if the analysis of some shots of the trailer) seems to have been corrupted by Leo's character (just like Beatriss becomes corrupted by Lucifer out of pain because of Dante's treachery and Django might've done something wrong before his wife's kidnapping too, but probably not because Dante's inferno was all adoubt redemption and attonement and being sorry for your sins and Django doesn't seem to be about that in any way). So Shultz might be Virgil, guiding Dante through the circles.
At least some elements are there.
Yeah, no. In fact, they literally explain Django being a completely different allusion than the one your talking about.