In the film, Schultz help s Django free his wife from a ruthless slave owner who in several instances has her tortured. Despite the film's intense language and violence sequences, it does present several important qualities. Although showing the unfortunate past of our country's history with slavery, the film also presents an opportunity of escape. Django is able to free his wife from slavery. This plays on the emotions of the viewers. We all wanted him to save her and reside with her again and by the end of the film, justice is served in a sense. Another point to note along with saving his wife, is Django's faithfulness to his wife. Despite several opportunities during the film, he remains faithful the whole way through and comes back to her arms once more.
One other point I would like to make about the film comes from one of the other main characters, Schultz. Although being a bounty hunter in the film, Schultz is able to put aside his own person aspirations for money and other riches and help Django save his wife. Even though in the end it costs him his life, his character can teach us several things. First of all, it is better to sacrifice one's self (simply sacrificing time will do; not necessarily one's life as seen unfortunately by the end). It also teaches us to do the right thing morally. Despite being a bounty hunter, Schultz puts his quests aside to help Django against this immoral social justice. Schultz recognizes slavery is wrong and sacrifices his life to help save Django's wife; a person he barely even knows. One can almost see a Christ, or redeemer figure in his Character (ignore the bounty hunter aspect) in this sacrifice.
After viewing the film (although I would not recommend this movie for anyone under 18), I can see that the writers intended to play on the viewers morals in several aspects. The most obvious one being social justice and portraying slavery in a way that makes the viewer feel disgusted by the very idea of slavery. Secondly, it shows that personal sacrifice in most cases is better than selfishness (redeemer figure). In the end Schultz sacrificed everything to help save his comrade's wife. Although this is an extreme case, it almost calls the viewer to stand up for what is right. Thank you for your time and consideration of these points.