Afternoon Tea (I) (2011)

  |  Short, Drama


An elderly Indian grandfather`s life changes when a Caucasian boy knocks on his door by chance.


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7 June 2015 | winningdawg
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| Cultural Bias
Lets say the culture of European descent is referred to "white culture". I have seen much more racism from white culture, and dis-owner ship of family for much lesser traits and accusations in "white culture", the peasantry and child slave labor of the English, disowning family was rampant in the 19 centuries in white culture, you have forgotten that women only got the vote in 1920. To have this blame others culture, since we do the same is indoctrination, and hate speech itself if you want to know about a culture get to know the person and then a good representation of it. this is a propaganda film, of I am holier than thou, because you think you are holier than "I". whose calling who out and who actually think whom is better than the other due to relative and distinguishable dysfunction?? On the whole I cannot respect a "prop" film and simple representation of a culture through as such, a "Propaganda" film. the so called "white culture" is equally and highly dysfunctional, it depends on the spin put on it by the director. An example could even be CSI or and crime drama, about murder and espionage, but no that is dramatized differently. With a totally different spin. That concept is Highly, Highly dysfunctional, yet it is not given media and or even on the news. If there was a gang rape in America it doesn't have that effect, or lets use the Viking pillagers raping everything that breathed, yet the so called white culture is not degraded, there is rape in India and the whole country is justified to be full of rapists !! get out of here with that media indoctrination.

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