The help directed by Tate Taylor the characters Hilly, Skeeter, Celia and Charlotte all show us their different views of racism living in the southern Mississippi Jackson. The second film, Cinderella man, is about a boxer who loses his job after he breaks his hand during a match.
The 6 frames take place in sequence 1, of the film, the battle scene. A conversation arises regarding a Aoki 9 religious statue that located on Hansons car dash. From this lead up scene, John walks straight from the phone booth and into his patrol car, in which he soon pulls Cameron and Christine over.
The black guys then took their guns out and robbed the politician's …show more content… This scene is an example of power between white and black and also dislike of blacks.
Considering that many dominant ideologies of race and Aoki 6 ethnicity are present throughout the film, many stereotypes are made and said by characters.
After seeing this movie, Aoki 10 audience members have literally and figuratively seen the extensive whiplashes that racial stereotypes can have.
All the characters in this movie are either victims of prejudice and discrimination or are guilty of it.
There are more issues than what I found during the movie but I will talk about the ones that stood out to me. Another theory that was shown through the movie was Karl Marx theory called Marxism.