In Nazi occupied France a farmer Perrier LaPadite, enacted by actor of top movies Denis Menochet, is suspected of hiding a jewish family. SS Colonel Hans Landa, a powerful characterization by Christoph Waltz, veteran of many listed top 10 movies, comes to investigate and after his brutal interrogation the farmer reveals that the family is hidden under the boards. Landa’s SS soldiers finish the family but a teenage girl Shosanna, beautifully portrayed by the beauty of many top rated movies Melanie Laurent, is spared by Landa and escapes. This was in year 1941.
In spring 1944, First Lieutenant Aldo Raine, lived wisegolfers on the screen by definite strong acting material for top 10 movies Brad Pitt, recruits eight Jewish-American soldiers and their task is to present Raine with 100 Nazi scalps each. Their ‘No Prisoner’ rule earns them the name ‘Bastards’
By June 1944, with a new Identity Shosanna lives in Paris, owns a cinema and is friendly with Fredrick Zoller, successfully portrayed by Daniel Bruhl, veteran of many top rated movies, a German sniper who has acted in a Nazi propaganda film made by Joseph Goebbels, whose sinister motives are presented by Sylvester Groth, another star material of top movies. On learning from Zoller that all the high-ranking Germans shall see the film’s premiere, she persuades him to get the film premiered at her cinema. She draws a plan to burn the cinema and kill the Nazi top brass. The British send Lt. Archie Hicox, properly depicted by Michael Fassbender, to attend the premiere with two German born Bastards and double agent German film actress Bridget von Hammersmark, given killer looks with fragile smile by Diane Kruger, fit to be a top 10 movies star. In the tavern where they meet, Hicox is suspected by a Gestapo Major to be a non-German and in a fight all are killed except von Hammersmark, who is later contacted by Raine and on learning about the premiere makes a plan to eliminate Nazi top brass.
Landa while investigating the tavern finds von Hammersmark’s shoe and a napkin autographed by her and at the premiere confirms the shoe belongs to her. Convinced that she is helping the Bastards, he kills her. He makes a deal with the Americans to give him American citizenship and in lieu he will not disturb Bastards plan of eliminating the Nazi top brass. Inside the projection room Shosanna and Zoller have a fight and they kill each other. Shosanna’s employee Marcel sets fire to the Nitrate film after bolting all the doors of the cinema. Bastards Omar and Donowitz manage to kill Goebbels and Hitler before the bombs planted by them go off killing everyone inside the cinema.
Raine and Utivich are driven by Landa to the American lines and as per their agreement Landa and his radio operator surrender. Raine kills the radio operator and Utivich scalps him. Raine etches the Swastika on Landa’s forehead and declares that finally he’s got his masterpiece.
Sinister motives, gullible moves and a ‘No Prisoner’ attitude of the Bastards make this an eerie movie and the performers have put in their best efforts to prove it. Lucky for director Quentin Tarantino, who has the privilege of riding a chariot drawn by intelligent horses, but who made the horses intelligent? Ably assisted by a well drafted script put together by Tarantino himself, it proved difficult for him to end the movie in a manner befitting its fast paced narrative. It was culmination of a big river into the ocean – the basin has to be equally large. Some critics think some more gruesome deeds of Landa should have been included in the narrative. Others suggest Landa should have been scalped and the radio operator should have been marked. Whatever the outcome, the movies is so intense and powerful, it does not leave room for any conclusions in the minds of the viewer when inside the theatre. When he comes out he is still in a state of numbness because of its impact. A blissful experience, have it.