Movies on interracial dating
The trailer for "Get Out," a movie written and directed by "Key and Peel's" Jordan Peele, starts with an interracial relationship but ends with an insane and terrifying commentary on race and American society.
Based on the trailer, the movie follows an interracial couple played by "Sicario's" Daniel Kaluuya who is black and "Girls'" Allison Williams who is white.
The trailer begins with Kaluuya and Williams portraying Chris and Rose: a young, interracial couple preparing for Chris' first meeting with Rose's parents à la Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.
He worries that his girlfriend has not prepared her parents, since they do not know that she is dating a black man yet.
My little girl has no notion that her family would be perceived as unusual.
But it’s the full-on love affair (sex scenes included) that deserves a closer look, most notably for the fact that race isn’t mentioned once in the movie–Nicky and Jess’s romance is colorblind.“The Hollywood portrayal of interracial relationships is so rare and when it does happen it’s usually in such a minor way or there is some negative consequence,” Ramoutar says.
“Film is a form of cultural transmission–what we consider to be beautiful, what we consider to be successful, those are all things that are transmitted through film and we’re transmitting that message to the next generation of people.”And what’s being passed down from the screen to society can be more damaging than you think.
There's an important movie in theaters right now, and it doesn't have anything to do with superheroes, pirates, or being fast and/or furious.
It's a film about race, which, let's be honest, is rare for most Hollywood movies. is a book-to-film adaptation of the popular YA novel by Nicola Yoon.