Unformatted text preview: What does this tell us about the human condition?-Do all of the main characters have something in common? Explain.-Observe how the characters in the movie use race to deflect their anger?-When the characters crash into each other, what do they learn about themselves? What are the tensions the African-American director must deal with in the film?-Does the movie cause you to reflect on your own prejudices and stereotypes? How?-Can you identify with any of the characters in the film and the stereotypes they hold? -What does the film say about the capacity of human beings; what does it say about our commonness?-Does the film fail to bring any issues to the table for us to discuss with regard to discrimination and racism?-Some have criticized the movie for simply attempting to promote tolerance among all races rather than showing the root causes of racism grounded in white privilege. What do you think?...
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- Fall '10
- Discrimination, Meaning of life, Sandra Bullock