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Guess Who Racial Relations
Guess Who is an American romantic comedy film about race relations and gender. The 2005 motion picture covers interracial romance of an African-American woman with a white, Caucasian man in a light and farcical manner. It is a loose remake of the 1967 serious and dramatic fashion film, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. Race and ethnic relations are the social, political, and economic relations between races and ethnicities at all levels of society. This area encompasses racism, segregation, and other complex social processes between different racial and ethnic groups. The movie poster precisely portrays the idea and concept of the film. The door being guarded by the African American serious father, the bouquet of colorful flowers held by the white, Caucasian boyfriend, and the in love African-American daughter standing behind her boyfriend reflects one the most important details that illuminate in the movie poster.
The daughter of the house brings her white, Caucasian boyfriend home to meet her parents on the occasion of her parents’ 25th wedding anniversary. Her father dislikes him almost immediately because of his race. The movie poster reflects how he is guarding and controlling the door of the house symbolizing how he doesn’t want his daughter’s boyfriend to enter and become part of the family nor part of his daughter’s life because he belongs to a different race. It seems that he believes that if the white, Caucasian man enters the house, he is approving an interracial relation between his daughter and her white boyfriend. While the Caucasian boyfriend is entering the house with his daughter, the father’s facial expression seems of mistrust towards the white boyfriend, while his daughter is full of joy and excitement. Back then, black race people where mistreated because racism was controlling the world. White people believed they…...

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