Depth Analysis of the Movie "Crash"
By using the various film making techniques such as plot, theatrical elements, cinematography, editing, and sound, the writer and producers of Crash were able to convey a dark-rooted fear of society to the viewer. Racism and discrimination are volatile subjects, not only in the United States, but around the world. Most people try to sidestep these topics; however, Paul Higgis gave the world an "in your face" look at society's fears.
Even though Crash is a film about controversial subjects, it is obvious that society enjoyed this depiction of story-telling due to the fact that the movie picked up over 65 film awards and nominations in 2005. Academy Awards were won for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Editing. These awards rightfully belong to the film according to some of the most well know film critics. David Denby of New Yorker states that the film is "Breathtakingly intelligent and brazenly alive, with an extraordinary cast. Easily the strongest American film since 'Mystic River'." Ken Tucker of New York Magazine says that the film is "thrilling and provocative! A film you won't stop thinking about after the lights come up." Great films always leave the audience thinking once the story is over. …
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