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Title: Crash

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Subject: Music and Movies
Author: Vivian L
Date: December 2, 2011
Level: University
Grade: A
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"Hollywood in the Age of Television" written by Belton examines the post-war era of film and mentions the dramatic drop in movie-goers during this time. "Weekly motion picture attendance, which hit a high of 95 million in 1929...During the late 1960s and early 1970s, weekly attendance fell below the 20 million mark, reaching a low of 15...

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It helped and in 2002 it had risen to over 30 million (Belton 304). This technique is one that was evident in "Crash" a film that was released in 2005. The film crash Barnett 2 used a technique that showed how stereotypes are formed, for example when Ludacris is walking down the street and he witnesses Sandra Bullock grab her husband because he was black...

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