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CONTEST! - FINAL DAY!
First person to correctly identify and explain which film Quentin Tarantino is referencing in this scene from Django Unchained will win a prize*.
*Prize may not be anything great, but will be mailed to you, and getting mail is pretty great, right? Answers can be in the form of a reply to this post, or a message here. Hints can be provided, but awesomeness of prize will diminish with each hint given. If more than one person answers correctly, the eloquence and surety of the response will determine the winner. Contest closes in one week (January 21st, 2013, yo).


Hint #1: You don’t need to watch the entire scene. All you need is this single frame.
Hint #2: It’s another Tarantino film.
Hint #3: The line that gives it away is “Now, as to what to do with you poor devils, there are two courses of action open to you.” (or something like that. I’m paraphrasing)

CONTEST! - FINAL DAY!

First person to correctly identify and explain which film Quentin Tarantino is referencing in this scene from Django Unchained will win a prize*.

*Prize may not be anything great, but will be mailed to you, and getting mail is pretty great, right? Answers can be in the form of a reply to this post, or a message here. Hints can be provided, but awesomeness of prize will diminish with each hint given. If more than one person answers correctly, the eloquence and surety of the response will determine the winner. Contest closes in one week (January 21st, 2013, yo).

Hint #1: You don’t need to watch the entire scene. All you need is this single frame.

Hint #2: It’s another Tarantino film.

Hint #3: The line that gives it away is “Now, as to what to do with you poor devils, there are two courses of action open to you.” (or something like that. I’m paraphrasing)

Notes

  1. heyynonnienonnie said: Two possible answers: The exchange in the opening scene of Inglorious Basterds. Also reminds me of Jules talking to Pumpkin and Honey Bunny in the diner at the end of Pulp Fiction. Pretty sure I’m wrong but this was fun anyway. I hope someone got it!
  2. jessicaexplainsitall said: Dude, all I can think of is the Hans Landa ‘That’s a bingo!’ deal-making scene. But I definitely don’t feel clever enough!
  3. jvs said: haha i thought it was the matrix
  4. hidingundertrees posted this

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