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Unformatted text preview: CRASH The movie CRASH was a very good movie. I t was informative and made me open my eyes and realize my own stereotypes that I have about other people and races. I t showed me that in some cases, people in a community are all connected somehow to one another. There are many different ethnic groups in my community. Some include Asians, white, Indians, African Americans, wealthy and not so wealthy people. This movie made me want to appreciate each other and be less stereotypical towards them. Each character in the movie had a judgmental and biased opinion about another ethnic group or culture. But what fascinates me is that they all learned something about themselves and how they should not be so stereotypical and judgmental about others. Everyone is different but we all deserve respect and no culture is above anothers. This film taught me not to judge a person by their appearance. Sandra Bullocks character actually taught me that. They way she treated the Hispanic guy that was in her house to fix her lock was very wrong and racist. I guess she thought that most Hispanic men are gangbanger and are negative people. When in reality, he was a genuine good guy that was just trying to work negative people....
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course THEA TPS 1107 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Kennesaw.
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