Power issues in the movie Crash (2004) as it relates to sex, gender and culture within the enculturation and acculturation process

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Movie Review: Crash Student Institution Abstract Crash is a film that generally talks about interlocking stories of Koreans, Latinos, blacks, Iranians, criminals and cops, the poor and the rich, the powerless and the powerful. All these parties are defined by racism in one way or another. Moreover, they are victims of racism and are culpable of it too. Occasionally, they rise above these issues but not in a simple way. Their bad desires may be intuitive and on the other hand, their good desires may be treacherous. Either way, it is difficult for one person to know what the other is thinking about. As a result, this film is painted with passionate fascination. All the characters have their distinct way of living. It is also tricky to determine how they will behave since a lot of scenes in the movie purely rely on accident. In Crash, the probability of something to occur is high and therefore it can as well be referred to as a free will film. Introduction Crash is a film that was produced and directed in 2004 by Paul Haggis. This film resulted in Academy Awards following its screenplay for Million Dollar Baby. It focuses on different Los Angeles actors and as stated earlier, all these characters come from divergent racial and social backgrounds (Taulbee, 2006). In this film, the story is being narrated in chronological manner, however, one scene is put to the beginning and then its cut back to the day before; this is shown by a visual text “yesterday”. Both sections of this film have stories connected based on luck, serendipity and coincidence; it is because characters keep on clashing with one another every time. Crash assumes that many individuals feel antipathy

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