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In the last line of his review Robert Ebert says You may have to look hard to see it but Crash is a film about progress How is this film about progression and towards what does the film evidence its characters moving Create an argument that answers this question and support it with specific filmic evidence You may have to look hard to see it but Crash is a film about progress This quote directly talks about the movie The movie contains people of every race and how do they lived there life I being a Muslim know how people of my religion are treated in life in America Sometimes it is very hard to accept these facts that people are so stereotypical but the movie showed how to move forward with and without these facts The movie Crash also emphasizes that people of color are treated differently but it is also about moving up and not getting stuck to one thing that hits you hard in life which does not let you move forward There are few scenes in the movie which refers to progression when the cops molested the black lady just because she was black and the cops were white When the white couple was scared of black boys because they thought the black guys will steal or attack on them The white couple was actually right and these are some of the things which make the people think that black people always steal and rob the innocent people The girl who was molested it was very hard for her to move forward because she always thought that she was not treated equally Also the Persian family even thought the Latino guy was right about fixing his door Farhad did not listen to him and his store ended up getting ruined Just because Farhad thought Latino guy was trying to take his money so Farhad even tried killing his daughter which
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