About 45 minutes into the film dentist and bounty hunter Dr. King Shultz tells a German fairy tale to a recently freed slave Django. This fairy tale is about a brave warrior recusing a princess from a dangerous castle guarded by a dragon. This fairy tale sets up the rest of our story as Django prepares to venture into Candy Land, the 4th biggest cotton plantation in Mississippi, to rescue his wife Broomhilda. Embodying the spirit of that brave warrior from the tale. More than that, Tarantino is tipping his hat at the nature of this odd script. "Django Unchained" is a fairy tale. In the beginning of the movie Dr. Shultz finds Django in a deep dark forest. How does he know where to find Django? Are we to believe it's simply coincidence? If you're like me you never questioned that fateful meet up. Reviewer Roger Ebert challenged my perspective of this film by posing that question. Dr. Shultz is the fairy God mother of this fairy tale. Being exactly where he needs to be at all times and always knowing where his targets are without explanation. Even more importantly, he keeps us entertained until the real plot starts and the fairy tale meets it's bloody climax. Django is a film meant to entertain. It's a dark comedy about a slave rising up and becoming the fastest gun in the south. The violence and brutality towards slaves only makes the revenge sweeter. The acting, soundtrack, and visuals are expertly crafted by talented individuals. Christopher Waltz being a standout as the charismatic Dr. Shultz.