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...mans a black/white syndrome and denial rationalization, because the negative meaning of the word nigger and saying by the lawyer representing not one of his own is a response to injustice toward a minority. In society today, when we look at racial prejudices as certain individuals being the target. Society tries to sugarcoat it, but in reality it’s in our own backyards if we want to believe it or not.
Overall, the movie was a great film it touched on many topics that we face today in our society, such as injustice in the court systems, racism and the big divide in the south, rape and inequality. It also showed how two races can become integrated if they get to understand each other. It also gave images of strong moral values of the father figure, and how the divide in the south can be bridged. I would recommend this movie to anyone who believes in justice.
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