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The movie Do the Right Thing a group of people in the district of Brooklyn have had enough and tensions are growing in this black ghetto area The only local businesses are a Korean grocery and Sals Pizzeria Mookie Sals delivery boy manages to always be at the center of the actionThe movie Do the Right Thing is a movie about a neighborhood that suffers from lack of diversity On a hot day these tensions boil over and every thing race hatred and envy comes out It all starts with Spike Lee working in Sals pizzeria He is the only one of his friends to have a job He works in the pizza parlor as a delivery boy along with the owner Sal and his two sons The movie goes on and these teenager face the everyday struggle of being black in a society that does not care much about blacks who live in poor neighborhoods And on a day where these blacks have had enough and finally decide to take a stand they revolt against the wrong non-blacks They revolt against the two local businesses a Korean grocery store and Sals pizzeria they rely on the most The revolt ends with one of the teenagers being killed and a bad neighborhood gone worse An important character in the movie is Mookie who is played by Spike Lee Spike Lees life revolves around money The ironic thing about the whole situation is he does not make nearly enough of money to support his son and his girlfriend because he is still living in his moms house He always talks about money but he does not make enough to support his son and his own needs This problem lies with a lot of young men this age They feel as long as they have a steady job no matter the pay they feel as if they are sufficed Spike Lee lives his life day-to-day not at
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