In 1858 in Texas, the Speck Brothers are selling African slaves. A slave named Django is sold and separated from his wife. Dr. King Schultz wants to buy Django from the Speck Brothers. While Schultz is interviewing Django, Speck Brother Ace gets irritated and points his gun at Schultz. Schultz kills Ace and leaves the other Speck Brother at the hands of the slaves. Schultz offers Django his freedom in exchange for helping him find the Brittle Brothers. Django partners up with Schultz and becomes his apprentice. Schultz wants to help Django free his enslaved wife Broomhilda. Schultz finds the owner of Broomhilda is a man named Calvin Candie. Schultz arranges a meeting to buy slaves from Candie in which he will pick Broomhilda and save her. Candie's house servant becomes suspicious that Django and Broomhilda know each other, and that the exchange is so she can be freed. Candie proceeds anyway. Right when the deal was to be signed, Schultz shoots Candie through the heart. Schultz then gets killed by Candie's back up. Django must fight his way out of Candie's house and save his wife.
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Best part of story, including ending:
What I really liked about this story was that a person who was being opressed rose above his opressors.
Best scene in story:
My favorite scene was when Django fought his way out of Candie's house.
Opinion about the main character:
What I liked most about Django was his will to save his wife.