Calvin Candie, the slave-owning antagonist of “Django Unchained,” is a charismatic, assured chief who additionally occurs to be egocentric, boastful, and overly focused on the finer issues in lifestyles. For all his monstrous nature, Candie embodies a number of of the best Leo qualities.
His forceful persona attracts others to him like a magnet, his allure is nearly inconceivable to withstand, and he’s beneficiant and cheerful with the ones he esteems, whilst able to dominating any social circle he enters. With the ones characteristics, then again, can come the negatives.
Candie is useless, venal, and vicious. He is surrounded through servants and sycophants, however no true equals — except you rely Samuel L. Jackson’s Stephen, with whom he turns out to have a courting that is going deeper than it first of all seems. He believes resolutely in his personal superiority (and that of his race), having grown up grasp of a global that by no means failed to inform him how particular he’s, and he has no time for someone who does not acknowledge his greatness — a function that justifies his possession and mistreatment of slaves. Candie is probably the most excessive model of a Leo, however with Tarantino, excessive is what you get.