Director Quentin Tarantino obtained his best result in premieres with the film on the II World War "Inglorious Bastards" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sQhTVz5IjQ ) that it conquered the leadership of the box offices in the North America with collection in 37,6 million dollars in the three days since 21 of August.
Tarantino's film still didn't inaugurate in Brazil, but for the propaganda it already gave to notice that the American director continues in form. Dived in the earth of the dreams and always distant of the History.
It is really funny to see as the true American brutality continues being hidden through allegories as the one of Tarantino. During to II World War the American and English they spilled million of tons of explosive and fire bombs on dozens of German cities that didn't have any military importance.
The historian Jörg Friedrich, that cannot be accused of being sympathetic of the Nazi, he wrote an excellent book on this subject (http://www.revistacriacao.net/incendio.htm - in Portuguese). THE FIRE details as the Allies deliberately they transformed historical cities of Reich in true death fields for the German civil population.
Jörg Friedrich explains as the cities of Hürtegenwald, Düren, Jülich, Essen, Duisburg, Dortmund, Cologne, Bochum, Rostock, Bremen, Hamburg, Kiel, Nuremberg, Kassel, Würzburg, Osnabrück, Münster, Telgte, Hannover, Munich, Düsseldeorf, Trier, Koblenz, Heilbronn, Bonn, Krefeld, Hildesheim, Magdeburg, Leipzig, Darmstadt, Stuttgart and Dresden were in a deliberate and methodical way set on fire and reduced to debris.
The book narrates as the American and English bombings were planned to produce the largest destruction and the largest possible number of civil victims. In the city of Dresdem, according to Ellgering - mentioned by the author - "... they were built, with beams of iron, enormous grill, each one with the capacity for about five hundred corpses, where the bodies were piled up, soaked with gasoline and burned. In the history of our century, the bonfires of the Old Market of Dresden they constitute a stigma that difficultly will find parallel. Who testified will forget never the terrifying scenery."
This time Tarantino played with true fire. It can end if burning. When doing an allegory about the brutality of the Allies as if they had not been sufficiently brutal during the II World War, the American director certainly can offend the survivors' feelings of the American and English bombardiers against German civilians. This is a painful wound that continues open in spite of the whole educated balderdash of the current German diplomacy.
Finally, if really wanted to show that the Allies could be or they were brutal, Tarantino no would need to invent platoon behind the enemie lines with the objective of to kill Nazi. He could have made a documentary on the fire of the German historical cities using Jörg Friedrich's book as itinerary. But this he didn't do and he won't probably do. After all, Tarantino is just one more eloquent factory of dreams that hide the real nightmares created by American.