The Color of Fear

The Color of Fear

Eight North American men, two African American, two Latinos, two Asian American and two Caucasian, were gathered by director Lee Mun Wah for a dialog about the state of race relations in America as seen through their eyes. The exchanges are sometimes dramatic, and put in plain light the pain caused by racism in North America.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1994
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:racism,   psychology,  

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Sutthirak P (au) wrote: The director of "Infernal Affairs" (2002), Andrew Lau didn't care about the story, which was poorly written, and created an overload of action sequences & annoying sound effects. Fortunately, the cast wasn't bad but there's still no reason to waste your time watching this mess.

Ian W (us) wrote: Absolutely top draw rockumentary of the 'oo. Contributions by all the surviving members and people involved give you a real insight into the band and what made/makes them tick. A must see for all who fans.

Derek W (jp) wrote: An interesting and well-written script combined with an on-his-game Jack Nicholson make this a smart - and ultimately rewarding, ride.

Andy C (es) wrote: With few tenuous connections to the original a more apt title might be - when a socially awkward ventriloquist doe some murders.

Marco F (it) wrote: I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE might be the least pleasant experience I've ever had watching a movie. It is a vile, disgusting and contemptible exercise in shame from beginning to end. Upon learning the backstory of why director Meir Zarchi made this movie, I have discovered in total clarity that this is a movie that was made in human anger, contempt and frustration on Zarchi's part. Simpletons like him should not be making movies. If he set out to make the audience feel bad- which I can't honestly believe- he failed on that note, too- because there is no entry point for the audience to become emotionally involved in the film. Showing scenes of a woman being raped multiple times and then getting her violent revenge- all for no good reason other than to I guess entertain is totally sick and contemptible. This irreponsible idiot ended up making a movie that could not do anything other than offend, not to make people think. Why would anyone with morals want to think about suffering when presented to them in the way it is presented here?The film is about a city woman who goes on a vacation to a forest in upstate New York to examine herself, or something (this isn't really explained or built upon). Then, she comes across 3 (and then eventually a fourth) men- who strip her naked, and rape her- 4 times- all in long, excrutiating detail. She then gets her revenge in nasty, graphic detail against the men- none of whom are developed as characters. And that's it. Nothing else here.Some people have described this film as feminist. It is not feminist. Feminists (and everyone else) should stay as far away from this movie as possible. It is not anti-masculine. It is not anti-rape. It is not anti-sexual assault. It is not pro or anti-revenge. This movie doesn't care about any of those things. Its indifferent attitude is one of two things I hate so much about it.The other thing I really hate about this film is that it is a completely pointless, artless exercise in human suffering. There isn't a story- it's just a stunningly simplistic exercise of cutting scenes together of human suffering in the most vile and contemptible way possible. This is a completely hollow film. This is a completely bankrupt film- bankrupt of morals, bankrupt of intelligence, bankrupt of sophistication, bankrupt of human feeling and bankrupt of positivity. It is an inhuman, sick film. All this completely mindless, contemptible, disgustingly vile film is is a freak show. Basically- all its about is about the darkest natures of humankind- with no insight, no intelligence or no spin put on this material- it is played dead straight. None of the characters are developed. There is no actual story here. They are just pawns on Zarchi's chess board made entirely from a cesspit of twisted and depraved values- and that is an insult to chess boards. You know why this movie is the way it is? It is because Zarchi is too stupid, incompetent and simplistic a person to understand any of the themes that are dealt with in this movie. Game over.

Marie L (de) wrote: Worst plotline in history relying on sequential coincidences.... waste of talent.

Jason M (es) wrote: I'm quite surprised to see this movie with a 61% rating. This is definitely one of my favorite movies of the last couple decades.

Joey R (gb) wrote: Aww, man. This was awesome. Definitely one of my favorites.

Stephen A (au) wrote: As far as horror movies go, clever story and downright scary. You could actually interpret this movie, with the Irish fairy tales, in multiple ways. Would highly recommend. Great effects!