The different groups of people struggle with their everyday lives to live a normal life. He is angry about her initial hostility towards the police officer, which he perceived as reckless.
The movie portrays the district attorney of L.
Durkheim proposed this definition of suicide "the term suicide is applied to all cases of death resulting directly or indirectly from a positive or negative act of the victim himself, which he knows will produce this result.
The first sociological concept that Crash demonstrates is the Thomas Theorem. Since her father has a limited grasp of English, she purchases a box of ammunition labeled "Blanks" for the new gun. He makes the same type of negative and racists comments toward the locksmith just as they were made towards him at the gun store.
This symbolism reveals more than just a reversal of gender roles. They are social constructions. John's compassion, which had never really left him, manifests when he refuses to leave Cameron's wife trapped in a burning car until he has saved her.
Clearly, the main social problem addressed in the film is racism, racial tensions, and racial stereotypes. Crash is one of those movies that make us rethink even what we think we know about the world we live in. He blames Daniel, and seeking revenge, he waits for Daniel at his house, and shoots him just as his daughter runs out of the house.
She later accuses him of allowing her humiliation so the people he works with wouldn't "read about [him in the paper]. When Peter points out that the waitress was black, Anthony counters that black people can be racist against their own kind.