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Film 'Crash' Explores Racial Divisions

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Film 'Crash' Explores Racial Divisions

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Film 'Crash' Explores Racial Divisions

Film 'Crash' Explores Racial Divisions

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Matt Dillon and Thandie Newton in 'Crash'

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Film critic David Edelstein reviews Crash, a new film by writer-director Paul Haggis. The movie's ensemble cast includes Brendan Fraser, Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Thandie Newton and hip-hop artist Ludacris.

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