Inglourious bastards

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Inglourious Basterds" is counted in five acts. The film does not make any attempt to hide it in, because clearly it announces when each of these events begins. The wayit works is that each act focuses on one or few events and in certain specific characters

On one side we have the Bastards, which are a group of soldiers led by AldoRaine (played by Brad Pitt), whose aim is to punish the Nazis, killing the entire squadron, les to one , whom they mark a swastika in the forehead to inculcate fear intothe hearts of the rest. On the other hand, there are events in the life of a young Jewish girl who survives the murder of his family, because of German officer Hans Landa(the villain of the film).

This of putting the Nazis as victims does as a revenge between Jews towards the Nazis where the wicked ones receive the treatment thatsupposedly they would have deserved and in the history they did not have

Both stories are connected t the end, although during great part of the movie it seemed that theyare isolated events and that they do not have any relation. The way in which events unfold is slow with a lot of dialogue in several languages . Most scenes end in shortscenes of violence, but are generally little grotesque. That does not mean you have strong scenes, but most of the deaths are treated with decency and are not brutallyexplicit.

The performances are excellent. Tarantino manages to create his characters and situations around them perfectly well, including the locations make the story morecredible "Inglourious Basterds" it has an original approach of the Second World War.

I totally recommend this movie because in at all time it keeps you entertain
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