a racist white police officer who disgusts his more idealistic younger partner; an African American Hollywood director and his wife who must deal with the officer;
Crash is a 2004 crime drama film
They pull over a Navigator similar to the one carjacked earlier, despite discrepancies in the descriptions of the carjackers and in the license plate numbers. They order the couple, TV director Cameron Thayer and his wife Christine, to exit. Cameron is cooperative, but Christine has had a few drinks and is argumentative. This annoys Ryan, who manually molests Christine under the pretense of administering a pat-down; intimidated, Cameron says nothing. The couple is released without a citation. Once home, Christine becomes enraged that Cameron did nothing while she was being violated. Cameron insists that what he did was correct and storms out.
his father was previously diagnosed with a bladder infection he fears the diagnosis is incorrect and that it may be prostate cancer
Ryan comes across a car accident and as he crawls into the overturned vehicle, he finds Christine, who is trapped. Upon recognizing Ryan, Christine becomes hysterical, screaming for him to leave her alone and refusing his help, but gasoline is leaking from the tank and running downhill towards another wreck, which has already caught fire. He calms her down, and with the assistance of his partner and spectators, Ryan pulls Christine out just as her car bursts into flames. A confused but grateful Christine is taken away by EMTs. A racist white police officer will turn out to be physically courageous and devoted to his ailing father
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The movie was an exciting movie and in this movie was some scene that through me for a loop. The acting and the writing was awesome. I enjoyed the movie I can’t stop looking