There’s a great scene at the end of Christopher Guest’s mockumentary about small town musical theater, Waiting for Guffman.
In it Guest’s character, Corky St. Clair, the writer and director of the musical within the film, shows the items for sale in his movie collectibles store, Under the Rainbow.
Some of the special objects on display include a Remains of the Day lunchbox and My Dinner With Andre action figures. Yes, dolls for an obscure movie for adults.
Somehow this concept became reality. Quentin Tarantino’s controversial and ultraviolent, white man’s interpretation of a slave revenge fantasy movie, Django Unchained, also got the action-figure treatment.
If you want to pretend to be a slave or a slave trader, now's your chance to spend your hard-earned money on these dolls. But best act fast, the price is skyrocketing and eBay has pulled the dolls because they violate its Offensive Materials policy.
Also, they probably pulled them because dolls are a toy. Something to be taken lightly. Which is not something most sane, decent humans believe about slavery.