In Paul Haggis wrote and directed the award winning drama Crash about various intertwining experiences involving racial relations and the socioeconomic status levels of the diverse cast of characters.
Racism is a complex matter and it is not always easy to understand. The movie depicts that everyone has demons regardless of race, job title, or age.
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Located at the diverse suburbs of Los Angeles, the movie revolves around strangers which interlink them with the events of racial discrimination. Currently, there are jobs or positions they cannot be given. This difference led to a lot of conflicts throughout the film.
They are commonly racist, sexist, or homophobic Racial Profiling. The movie starts with a car collision and then goes into a flashback mode, displaying events that lead up to the initial crash He pointed out to Hansen that using that argument might cause him his position he worked so hard to get.