Crash is a movie made in 2004, by the director Paul Higgs. The movie is about racial and social tension in the “mean” streets of Los Angles, California. It’s about several real life incidents that portray discrimination and different stereotypes amongst different racial groups. Within a 36 hour day period car crashes, shooting, carjacking, racial profiling are all mentioned. They reveal the distance between different strangers due to racial tension.
Rarely do you see fathers taking an active role in their children’s lives. Most fathers are the bread winners in their family and don’t have time to be in their children’s lives as often as a mother. Most fathers are usually the ones that get involved with the sports life of the child. …show more content…
Many immigrants come to the United States because they want a better life for them and their families. More Job opportunities, escaping poverty (better living conditions), better future for the children (better education) all are factors why immigrants come to the U.S. First generation families are the children of immigrant parents, first in a family line to be born in the new country. Dorri’s (Bahar Soomekh), Character is Farhad’s daughter, who is more familiar with the American Culture than her father. She has to translate English to her father because he can not understand English well but he can speak it. She has to help run her father life even though she is an