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The 2004 film entitled Crash, written and directed by Paul Haggis, is about all the stereotypes that make up racism. Within this motion picture, Haggis portrays multiple scenarios to showcase his talents in creating a pathos tugging, and action packed film. The motion picture takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions; first you could feel happiness then anger and maybe even sadness. In this film, throughout every event that takes place, it’s a good 9 out of 10 chance it will “make you feel some type of way” when you are faced with a new person of a different race. Engraved in this motion picture, a variety of events that portray racism take place. Haggis uses sound and characterization to accelerate the racist events within the film.
One enormous way Haggis uses characterizatuion in the film to represent racism is by showing a dramatic change within the characters. Multiple characters understand what racism is but ae rather blinded by the fact they that may not know they are racist from time to time. Over time these characters portrayed in the film start to change, their demeanor and views on life but is it for the better or the worst? In a particular scene, Haggis displays a law enforcing figure that has done slightly inappropriate things based off racial profiling but as the movie progresses you can see his whole life be turned upside down as he realizes what he has done was ruthless.