Brunson Green of Harbinger Productions also co-produced. The film was written and directed by Stockett's childhood friend, Tate Taylor, who optioned film rights to the book before its publication.
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He is nicknamed "the Jew Hunter" for his uncanny ability to locate Jews hiding throughout Occupied France. Egotistical and ambitious, Landa takes a great deal of pride in his fearsome reputation, lauding his nickname "the Jew hunter" and using it to compare himself to Reinhard Heydrich.
When the tide of the war turns against the Nazis, he scoffs at it, alluding that his job is to find and capture people and the fact that they are Jews is of no consequence to him.
The awards and decorations on his uniform suggest Landa was a member of the Nazi Party during the July Putsch in Vienna in Besides speaking Germanhe is also fluent in at least English and French and speaks some Italian.
Landa is an opportunist acting only out of pure self-interest. At the beginning of the film, he subscribes to Nazi ideology as a means to power and wealth, having been a member of the Austrian Nazi party at least since Landa receives all of his demands, and surrenders himself to Allied captivity as a prisoner of war, but his driver is shot dead upon delivering Landa.
Landa is then directly punished for his actions by Lt. Aldo Raine, who carves a swastika into his forehead with a Bowie knife. Conception and creation[ edit ] Quentin Tarantino has said that Landa might be the greatest character he has ever written.
He originally wanted Leonardo DiCaprio for the part. Waltz stated that he was most impressed with the dialogue and the depth of the character. He adds that he is not driven by ideology, and that if anyone were to call Landa a Nazi, he would clarify that he was not, stating that just because he wears a Nazi uniform does not mean that he believes in the Nazi ideology.
In describing the ending between the Basterds and Landa, he describes him as "realistic to the point of being inhuman", adding that he understands that the world is not just one thing at a time, and even though these things may contradict each other, they do not necessarily have to.
Due to his role as Hans Landa, Waltz has received many offers from directors to play roles in their films, enough for him to describe the situation as "wild".
Waltz himself has compared the character to Sherlock Holmesdue to the meticulous, cerebral way Landa searches for Jews and traitors. Landa was also compared to Die Hard villain Hans Gruber, played by Alan Rickmandue to his disdain for the inferior intellect of those around him.— AMD advances the field of VFX with Vancouver Film School collaboration and unveils powerful new workstation technologies for creative professionals, including new plugin support for Radeon™ ProRender —.
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