Discrimination in Movies
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This paper presents an analysis of the presentation of racism in the three movies "Heat Wave", "Crash", and "Come to See Paradise". The discrimination in these movies is portrayed as the result of immigrants initially benefiting from the move to America and their willingness to withstand discrimination rather than lose what they have gained.
From the Paper:"Discrimination and racism are two of the saddest aspects of American society. Some white people see themselves as better than others. Sometimes the hatred involved becomes violent and other times it shows in the way they act. Because they are afraid, some minorities hang on to what they have rather than stand up for their rights. This makes the fight against racism a slow and difficult process. 'Come to See Paradise' which was directed by Alan Parker in shows the lives of Japanese immigrants living..."
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Discrimination in Movies (2008, December 01) Retrieved December 06, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/film-review/discrimination-in-movies-122544/
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