Antoine Fuqua backs Quentin Tarantino over Django Unchained criticism
Director Antoine Fuqua has defended Quentin Tarantino over Spike Lee's allegations his new film Django Unchained is "disrespectful" to African-American history.
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#1 Jan 1, 2013
Like Training Day, this film confirms America's view of African Americans...no surprise that Mr. Fuqua would support Q! All in the name of money...
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