"Hood" representations

"Hood" representations

Project description
Academician Murray Foreman calls “the implicitly racist paternalistic assumptions” in Colors obvious. He is speaking of the notion that blacks are out of control and require white supervision, control and direction. This is an ideology developed during colonialism. Do you agree or disagree that this view materializes in Colors? How and why? How do you compare Colors to Drumline or to one or more of the previously viewed films about urban youths? Is paternalism the same? What is different? How does the representation of black community and black males compare? In this assignment, pick one specific scene that ties into your analysis. Important for this assignment is that in your writing, you describe aspects of mise en scene (lighting, sets, clothing, music, etc.) that support your ideas. Consider how course writers do this in their articles and how it adds to your understanding of the film

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