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An Oscar-winning tale of racism and prejudice, Crash weaves together the stories of a number of different people over a couple of days in Los Angeles. Cops and criminals, rich and poor, black and white are all affected in the aftermath of a horrific car accident - with characters of different races all judging the people around them because of their colour or social standing. And yet there are surprises awaiting them (and the viewer), as their assumptions and prejudices are challenged.
Drama focusing on twenty-two different people at the hotel in Los Angeles where Bobby Kennedy was fatally shot in 1968.
14+ years 114 mins
Tragic tales set in Morocco, Mexico, the US and Japan entwine in this intense drama about a world ever-more-connected, but still culturally divided.
16+ years 143 mins
Oscar-winning film about an improbable relationship between a white racist prison guard and the black widow of a prison inmate.
16+ years 108 mins
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