"Collision of Absolute Bigotry"
This movie Directed by Paul Haggis who also directed Academy Award Winning "Million Dollar Baby" and had also won an Academy Award for this movie as well puts a twisted story in this film. This movie is trying to symbolize what goes on in the world today in regards to racism and stereotypes. He tries to make a point on how societies view themselves and others in the world based on there ethnicities. This movie intertwines several different people's lives, all different races, with different types of beliefs. Such ethnicities include Caucasians, African Americans, Hispanics, Asians and Middle Eastern. This movie includes conflicts on both sides of the picture from cops and criminals as well from being rich or poor. You see everyone being ignorant and paranoid of the opposite race. Through the movie you view how different races "Crash" and react with other races. In certain scenes you see how each person thinks of other races. Their reasons for why they beliefs are structured the way they are coming from either history or the present time of today.
Unsure of what will happen in each scene only because of the interactions of different backgrounds; it having to either be that way because of different race, being poor or rich, and or both. You can sense the paranoia and the nervousness. This one scene that really pointed that out was when this rich politician who is running for an election named Rick being played by Brendan Fraser and his wife Jean played by Sandra Bullock are walking down the sidewalk on a main street and by appearance seem very wealthy and well off. On the other end there is Anthony played by Ludacris and his close friend Peter played by Larenz Tate. These black young men walking on the same sidewalk, dressed as college students towards Rick and his wife. You notice how Jean comes closer to Rick as they are getting closer too these black men. As I figured she was paranoid and nervous of...
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