Near the end of Django Unchained the title character shoots several people from the balcony. They have (relatively) realistic knock back/falls from the shots; they fall down and move slightly back. He then shoots the main villain's sister, Lara Lee Candie-Fitzwilly. However her death is different.
She is thrown a very long way --much further than the others-- and is thrown back at an angle that isn't in line with the line-of-fire. These factors, plus the location she is alongside the design of the house allows her to fall dead outside what the camera can see.
As best as I can guess this has something to do with ratings being stricter for showing female deaths, but I'm not sure if this is an actual policy or just my imagination. Further, as this is an R rated movie it doesn't seem like that would be much of a concern. Alternatively, I was wondering if there was someone involved in production who didn't want to show a female corpse, but this seems flimsy as well.
I can't seem to find anything about this on Google, but Google's autocomplete does suggest "Why did Lara Lee Candie-Fitzwilly fly away" implying many other people have had the same question.
The question is: What motivated having the character Lara Candie-Fitzwilly thrown to such a degree/angle to conveniently remove her from the visible scene?