The way they stand is very important because Sal is standing in the center and his two sons are standing behind him.
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, The storm produced sustained winds of up mph when it hit that morning. Each group felt they had a right to the neighbourhood. Do The Right Thing is more than just a film on police brutality or racial identity, it is about the beauty and ugliness that exist, not only in a low income community, but in our selves.
This scene represents how disbelief turns to outrage, as the characters shout the names of other victims of police violence. This controversial film illustrates a single day of rising events in a black neighborhood. This film is set in a primarily black neighborhood in close to the present time.
As the residents loot the store it shows that they are tired of being made to feel powerless by the police and by all those who are economically better off.
He does this in numerous ways such as having Italian American characters wear crosses and tank top shirts. The film shows that it is very difficult for the back people to go about their daily lives with the police authority appearing to keep a discriminatory eye on them.
It is important to emphasize that these issues are not solely with race, but also who is in control. The woman who found the movie a call to violence was most disturbed, I suspect, because it was Mookie who threw the trash can—Mookie, who the movie led her to like and trust.
The film expertly lets the conflict build slowly instead focusing on the ridiculousness of stereotypes such as the Asian store owner with a thick accent, or the overly agitated and hyper active young man who can be seen as very pro black. It is always better to nip the problem from the bud, instead of letting it grow and allowing it to torment everyone.