Unformatted text preview: He seems to be addressing mainly other African Americans, with a preaching type of tone. On the other hand, in the movie, Malcolm X’s these is located in the beginning. His actually thesis is that the white man is a horrible monster that has created all sorts of havoc on Earth. He tells how they have made “hypocrisy, than democracy.” The movie takes place within a barbershop, which gives the audience a sense of community within the African-American population. The process part for a conk plays a very small role, instead focusing on the community aspect of everything. Instead, for the movie, the audience is more broad, aiming at everyone. The tone is also different because it is angrier....
View Full Document
- Fall '06
- Malcolm X, Malcolm, Martin Luther King, Jr., selfdegrading physical processes