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Drama/Mystery/Thriller/Western, USA, 2015, 168 min.

Tagline No one to trust. Everyone to hate.

Synopsis In post civil war American frontier, the bounty hunter John Ruth rides a coach steered by OB Jackson to Red Rock in a blizzard, bringing in the fugitive Daisy Domergue to collect. On the way they meet another bounty hunter former Union Major Marquis Warren. Ruth lets him in though with some doubts for theyve met once before. Warren lets him see his correspondence letter with Lincoln. Soon the coach finds another man hitching a ride in the blizzard, Chris Mannix, who claims to be the new Sheriff for Red Rock. Again Ruth gives a ride with caution. They reach Minnies Haberdashery in the mountains to rest for the blizzard. Minnie wasnt there and a Mexican named Bob welcomes them. Inside Ruth finds earlier guests Joe Gage, Oswaldo Mobray who claims to be the areas hangman, and an old man. Warren, Mannix, OB, and Bob tend to the horses before going in. Warren questions Bobs employment at Minnies. Inside, Mannix recognize the old man as a former Confederate General Smithers, and Warren does too as he was at opposite sides at the Battle of Chattanooga with the general. As their dialog heats up, Mobray suggests they stay on opposite corners of the room as northerners and southerners.Ruth suspects somethings fishy, so he makes a clear warning to everybody, and collects the earlier guests pistols. At dinner Mannix claims that Warrens Lincoln letter is fake, which disappoints Ruth. Bob starts playing Silent night on the piano, and Warren chats with Smithers. Warren reveals that he killed Smithers son, and he puts a gun beside Smithers. This gets to Smithers and as he grabs the gun Warren shoots him dead. The others dont question the killing as it was self defense. But nobody else knew while Warren was revealing about Smithers son, someone poisoned the coffee and Daisy saw it. Mannix is about to when OB and Ruth, after drinking the coffee, suddenly vomit blood and die. Ruth had time to warn Mannix about it. Daisy kills the dying Ruth, and Warren quickly control the situation. He rounds up the men as suspects, but dismisses Mannix as he almost drink the coffee himself. Warren reveals that he knows Minnie and her stew, that Minnie disliked Mexicans. Warren kills Bob then hell breaks lose as somebody in the basement opens fire, causing Mannix, Warren and Mobray getting shot.The movie flips back to the morning before at Minnies. Four passengers in a coach reach Minnies. They are Joe Gage, Oswaldo Mobray, Bob and their gang leader Jody Domingray, Daisys brother. They dispatched everybody else except an old man in order to keep the places pretended mood. Back to the story so far, Mannix and Warren survives with grave wounds, pointing guns at the gang. Daisy and Gage is uninjured, so is Jody in the basement, while Mobray is also gravely injured. Warren and Mannix threaten to kill Daisy to lure Jody out, and kill him as he does. Daisy negotiates a deal with Mannix, offering Mobrays and Bobs bounty. Mobray backs Daisys talk up, but Warren shoots him dead. In the commotion Gage reaches for a hidden gun but Warren and Mannix get to him first. Warren shoots at Daisy but hes out of bullets. Mannix keeps Daisy talking but eventually doesnt buy it. But he faints and Daisy goes for Gages loaded gun. Mannix wakes up and shoots Daisy, disarming her. Warren says that they shouldnt just kill her. Instead they must hang her in honor of John Ruth who saved Mannix.

Directed by Quentin Tarantino  

Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Walton Goggins, Demián Bichir, more...

Movie awards
2015, Oscar, Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Ennio Morricone

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