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Racism in the Movie, Crash :: Racism Crash Film Movie
These different scenes from the movie illustrate that Officer Ryan who is racially prejudiced is ironically both villain and hero. The last combination of prejudice and discrimination Healey mentions in his book is “All-Weather Liberal” “a person who is neither prejudiced nor discriminate” (Healey 96). The best example for all weather liberal in the movie Crash is Daniel the locksmith. In the whole movie I did not see Daniel being racially prejudiced against any character. He is very quiet and the peaceful person in the whole movie and due to nature of his work, he usually works late at night. However, to me it seemed like that he doesn’t really care about working late nights rather he wants to spend more time with his family.
7-9-2017 · "Racism in the Movie, Crash." ..
...Khoa Nguyen SPC 2270 Movie Critique Crash After watching this movie for 2 times, I am still confusing why the movie director named this movie “Crash”. The true is there are some car crashes in the movie, but neither of them actually describes what this movie about. Instead, the movie is more about racialism and religious discrimination. In my opinion, “Clash” seems more understandable. But in overall, I guess what I want to say is "Crash" is a really good movie. However, it is not easy to sum up this movie, as there are many people with as much characters, and following is so many different stories that wind on and off of each other. There are cops Graham and Ria (Don Cheadle and Jennifer Esposito). There's the district attorney and his wife (Brendan Fraser and Sandra Bullock). There are criminals (Ludacris and Larenz Tate). There are some more cops (Matt Dillon and Ryan Phillippe). There's a TV director and his wife (Terrence Dashon Howard and Thandie Newton). And there's a locksmith and a shop owner (Michael Pena and Shaun Toub). And they've all got something to talk about them, something is not right in their characters. Don Cheadle and Esposito are partners, but Esposito gets offended when he calls her Mexican. He also has a drug-addict mother who seems to favor his crime brother over him. Then there's Fraser and Bullock, who were pointed the gun in their faces and robbed their car. Afterwards, she wants to replace all the lock in her house. But when she realizes...