The Movie Crash Film Analysis

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Racism is one of the hardest things to eradicate in a society. The believe you are superior to someone based on the color of your skin has existed for centuries. It is embedded in the minds of thousands of people. Sometimes we have preconceptions of certain cultures and expect of people from there to have the same habits or responses that we believe is a standard for certain races. Over a thirty-six hour period in Los Angeles, a handful of disparate people's lives intertwine as they deal with the tense race relations that belie life in the city. Among the players are: the Caucasian district attorney, who uses race as a political card; his Caucasian wife, who, having recently been carjacked by two black men, believes that her stereotypical views of non-whites is justified and cannot be considered racism; the two black carjackers who use their race both to their advantage and as an excuse; partnered Caucasian police constables, one who is a racist and uses his authority to harass non-whites, and the other who hates his partner because of those racist views, but who may have the same underlying values in his subconscious; a black film director and his black wife, who believes her husband doesn't support their black background…show more content…
By this I mean she really step away from her romantic comedy persona into more serious role. The Jean character did wonderful things for her. We have a woman that thinks she is entitled to be racist as all her notions about black people have turn truth. She always thought she may be rob by this person an at the end it happened. She does not see that there is anything wrong with her system of believing. Bullock does a great performance in this movie. She is able to put to work that actress that was waiting to do more with her career ad it works. A couple of movies later she even was able to have an academy award. This was a step in making a turned in her
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