The social issues are appearing in the term of racial discrimination and social violence and poverty in the 2005 academy award winner motion picture “crash”
The social issues are appearing in the term of racial discrimination and social violence and poverty in the 2005 academy award winner motion picture “crash”. The racial discrimination appears and happens to the African, Hispanic and Asian characters in this movie, and the effect of social violence and poverty are reflected and shown by the incident that happens to a Mexican little girl and the life condition of an old African woman.
This movie uses prejudices, stereotypes & fears as the catalyst for the actions & reactions found in 'Crash' because they're universal human conditions. He bases them on race because it's one of the most distinguishable human identifiers which is one of the first things we notice and classify about someone when we first see them.
The movie is set in Los Angeles, a city with a cultural mix of every nationality. The story begins when several people are involved in a multi-car accident. From that point, we are taken back to the day before the crash/car accident, seeing the lives of several characters, and the problems each encounters during that day. An LAPD cop (Matt Dillon) is trying to get medical help for his father, but he is having problems with an African health center clerk who won't give his father permission to see another doctor. He in turn takes out his frustration on an African couple during a traffic stop. A socialite (Sandra Bullock) and District Attorney (Brandon Fraser) are carjacked at gunpoint by two black teenagers. Sandra takes out her anger on a Mexican locksmith who is changing the door locks to their home. Later that night, the locksmith is again robbed of his dignity by a Persian store-owner. Many of the characters switch from being bad person to hero in ways that may surprise the audience.
Racial discrimination toward “black” people...