Stereotypes Found in the Film "A Time To Kill"
In the Film industry many directors like to produce movies that contain racial and stereotypical issues. The film "A Time To Kill," is one of these examples based on racial tension and capital punishment. The characters in this film play roles that resemble the racial problems faced in the south. Viewers can relate to the stereotypes that exist in society and to the different parts of
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race resulted with his accomplishments of breaking color barriers, and the southern state of Mississippi who was stereotyped because of its society and traditions resulted with its people having a better sense of judgment. Yet discrimination still remains an issue among certain groups in the southern state of Mississippi. This movie deals with several issues that are seen all over society, but to me the stereotypes that were portrayed characters had a much greater impact.