She is a beautiful and intelligent young woman living in New York City.
This experimental silent film, made in Switzerland by an independent British film company, is chiefly remembered as Paul Robeson's first film. "Interracial modernism in avant-garde film: Paul Robeson and H. in the 1930 Borderline." Quarterly Review of Film and Video, Volume 18, Issue 4 October 2001 , pages 371 - 383 UC users only Watson, Jean. 5 Issue 2, p123-135, 13p UC users only Directed by Chi Muoi Lo. Cast: Jennifer Jones, Joseph Cotten, Gregory Peck, Lionel Barrymore, Herbert Marshall, Lillian Gish, Walter Huston, Charles Bickford. John Shed leads a withdrawn and solitary life in a small town south of San Francisco where he works on the salt ponds.
Boldly blending Eisensteinian montage and domestic melodrama, the film features Robeson and his wife, Eslanda, as lovers caught up in a tangled web of interracial affairs. "'Nightmare of the Uncoordinated White-folk': Race, Psychoanalysis, and H. Cast: Paul Winfield, Mary Alice, Chi Muoi Lo, Kieu Chinh, Lauren Tom, Sanaa Lathan, Tyler Christopher, George Wallace. A melodrama in which a society lady borrows from a rich Japanese man in order to pay gambling debts and is trapped into a compromising situation by the handsome villain. DVD 3574; DVD 628 (another copy); vhs 974 Directed by Tony Chan. East clashes with West and generations collide in this comedy about a young Chinese-Canadian woman struggling to appease her old-fashioned father, and at the same time pursue her modern dreams. The hot-blooded son of a Texas land baron and his clear-headed, calm brother become rivals when they meet a beautiful half-breed Indian girl (Jennifer Jones! He takes little pleasure in life and rarely ventures out with his white live-in girlfriend Belinda.
D.'s Borderline." In: The psychoanalysis of race / edited by Christopher Lane. Mai and her brother Dwayne were Vietnamese orphans in a refugee camp when an African-American couple adopted them 22 years ago. Cast: Jeffrey Lau, Coleen O'Brien, Lester "Chit-Man" Chan, Colin Mitchell, Kenneth Lu, Thomas K. Robert is an illegal Chinese immigrant living in America and working as a waiter in a Chinese restaurant. When Minh, Shed's half-Vietnamese daughter arrives, he reacts with callous disregard for her welfare. Shed's bitterness and heavy drinking prompt Belinda to move out.
As an adult, Mai tracks down her mother and brings her to America for the first time. In desperate need of a Green Card, he sets out to arrange a fake marriage with an American woman. Cast: James Duval, Kevin Anderson, Jeri Arredondo, Jade Hererra, Gordon Tootoosis. Through a series of difficult steps, father and daughter come to terms with their own and each other's ethnicity and find ways to reassert their identity. Cast: Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid, Dennis Haysbert, Patricia Clarkson, Viola Davis, James Rebhorn.
When stripper Gloria Pall is murdered, they are sent to investigate. In her confusion and grief, she finds consolation in the friendship of their African-American gardener, Raymond--a socially taboo relationship that leads to the further disintegration of life as she knew it. Set in west Texas in the years after the Civil War, this is the story of a half-breed who's mother is an Indian and whose father is white who is torn between two worlds. Cast: Atta Yaqub, Eva Birthistle, Shamshad Akhtar, Ahmad Riaz, Shabana Bakhsh.
Both are smitten by the lovely Victoria Shaw, who is implicated in the crime. After an Indian uprising, his problems mount as he is feared by the whites, mistrusted by Indians and hunted by both. A second generation Pakistani in Glasgow falls for the White, Irish Catholic music teacher at his sister's school. Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, James Dean, Carroll Baker, Jane Withers, Chill Wills, Mercedes Mc Cambridge, Sal Mineo, Dennis Hopper, Judith Evelyn, Paul Fix. "'My Daughter Married a Negro': Interracial Relationships in the United States as Portrayed in Popular Media, 1950-1975." UW-L Journal of Undergraduate Research (University of Wisconsin) VIII (2005) UC users only Directed by Graham Baker. Sykes' new partner turns out to be the force's first Newcomer, and together they uncover a trail of murder leading to the worst drug epidemic ever to hit Planet Earth. Yvonne is a divorced middle-aged Chinese immigrant who thinks her life is over, doomed to spend the rest of her days as a slave to her large and eccentric family. alone there are 300,000 Newcomers, and Detective James Sykes, a veteran police officer, is out to avenge the death of his partner who was killed by one of the extra-terrestrials. Cast: Esai Morales, Sylvia Chang, Pat Morita, Collin Chou.When Ana Luisa meets famous singer Juan Carlos Flores, they fall in love and marry but when Ana Luisa bears a child she is horrified and angry when her baby girl turns out to be black. Amid the danger of political unrest, their growing respect for each other turns into romance. Cast: John Krasinski, Maya Rudolph, Jeff Daniels, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Allison Janney, Chris Messina, Catherine O'Hara, Jim Gaffigan.Special features: Commentary by Andy Tennant, five featurettes, television special, six deleted scenes, theatrical trailer, music video "How can I not love you" by Joy Enriquez, interactive menus, scene selection. A couple who is expecting their first child travel around the U. in order to find a perfect place to start their family.Another subplot involves the liberation and striving for equal respect of women, as embodied in Leslie's defiance in having her beliefs controlled by Bick, precipitating her separating from him for a spell. Feature-length audio commentary by film critic Stephen Farber, screenwriter Ivan Moffat and George Stevens Jr., introduction by George Stevens Jr.; documentary "George Stevens : filmmakers who knew him"; scene access. Documentaries "Memories of Giant" and "Return to Giant", in which cast, crew and Texans spin small and tall tales about the film's legacy; New York premiere TV special Hollywood premiere featurette; project kickoff newsreel; behind the cameras segments; original/reissue theatrical trailers; extensive production notes; production stills and documents galleries; director filmography; awards notes; documentary; scene access. Based on the life of African American boxer Jack Johnson, this fictional account of his rise to fame chronicles the battles that the flamboyant champion fought in and out of the ring. "Muhammad Ali, Jack Johnson, and the 'Problem' of Interracial Relationships: A Re-View of Martin Ritt's The Great White Hope (1970)." Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies, pp.