Romance movies about interracial relationships
Today, U. Will Smith and Margot Robbie are currently heating up theaters as lovers in the comedy "Focus. Judging by the low number of interracial couples on the big screen, it seems that most Hollywood executives still think that Middle America is not ready to accept people of different races in love — and therefore, won't play well in Peoria, Illinois, believed to represent mainstream America. But these movies point to exactly what some Hollywood producers are afraid of when they cast an interracial couple. This doesn't seem to be a problem in "Focus. Robbie, the blond bombshell from "The Wolf of Wall Street," is a less-ace con woman.
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However, when it comes to cinema it still seems to be somewhat of a touchy subject. However, since the 60s, there have been enough movies that explore the race card that we can mention. And there are 10 in particular that I think are worth a watch. Here are 10 movies featuring interracial relationships that are worthy of being seen.
Please refresh the page and retry. Here we explore five other cinematic must-sees that explore this hot topic. In this slick comedy-drama, the classic Tracy-Hepburn romance is given a cinematic spin with lasting cultural ramifications. Director Stanley Kramer handles this hot topic with deftness, creating a film that exposes hypocrisy.