CRASH - Brent Kelin-Horsman IDIS-149-38 10/18/06 Not to...

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Brent Kelin-Horsman IDIS-149-38 10/18/06 Not to long ago I watched the movie CRASH, at first I could not believe the extreme situations or racial and ethnic slurs that were used. But I soon realized that was the point of the movie, it was to show what it’s really like in those situations. Not to sugar coat it and make it all seem like it’s not that bad, but to truly give the real experience. I thought that the initial dialogue between detective Graham and his partner was extremely important. It outlined the point of the movie not the blunt racism, but the deeper connection that all of the characters had. How in some way or form they all affected each other’s lives, even though some of it was through the blunt racism. The character that I identify with the most would be the Mexican door repairman. I would have to say him because of how he takes the blunt racism and you are lead to believe what was said about him was going to end up being true. That he was some “Gang-Banger” that was going to later break in and steal from the houses that he was
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course IDIS 149 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '06 term at Calvin.

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CRASH - Brent Kelin-Horsman IDIS-149-38 10/18/06 Not to...

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