Analysis Of The Movie ' Crash '

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Racisms in Crash

Many movies try to tackle huge issues that face society in hopes that the ideas presented will encourage society to change. In Crash directed by Paul Haggis, he tackles the idea of racism through cause and effect between multiple groups of people in the different races. The world has been racist and intolerant of people different from themselves. Millions of people have suffered due to the prejudice of people that couldn’t understand the change of differences among one another. Long time ago, in the United States people who were not straight white, that didn’t have blue eyes or blonde hair but had darker skin were classified as inferior to anyone else. Racism has been a problem since the very first day two men of different races met. Even now, racism is still considered a big issue in our society. The movie Crash shows good examples of how racism against oneself is caused by fear, misunderstanding, deals with the issue of stereotypes and the idea of innocence and has an element of kill or be killed with the imperfections of life.

The movie Crash has characters that have to face stereotypes that influence the character 's position in the films. In Crash Rick and his wife, Jean, were car-jacked and because Rick was a politician his wife feared that the carjacking was just the beginning. Rick then called in a locksmith to have their lock changes to help ease the worries of his wife who also felt that this was more than a one-time

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