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Quentin Tarantino stopped over in Rome this last Friday to receive a special achievement award from the International Rome Film Festival that has made an extension from the actual festival dates just to welcome Django Unchained to the market outside of America.
Quentin Tarantino stopped in Rome Friday to receive a special lifetime achievement award from the International Rome Film Festival and to present his latest film, Django Unchained, which is screening for the first time outside of North America.
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In addition to Tarantino, the movie's stars Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz -- who is from Vienna, just 500 miles north of Rome -- were on hand for the premiere. They were joined by Franco Nero, a Rome resident and the star of the original Django, and Ennio Morricone, the five-time Oscar-winning composer whose music is closely tied with the Spaghetti Western genre. Morricone was scheduled to present Tarantino with the award.
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