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  • My Moral Rules
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    Doing the right Thing What do you think Spike Lee intended us to conclude? I think Spike Lee wanted his audience to conclude that there are many solutions to one problem, Depending on your moral rules. Who's to say what is morally right or wrong. Did Mookie do the right thing? Did anybody? No, Mookie did not do the right thing. According to my moral rules that is. By throwing the trash can through the window Mookie only made the situation worse. I don't feel that anybody did the right thing. Alt...
  • Spike Lee
    440 words
    What is the right thing to do? An isolated and seeming out of the way part of the city is how Spike Lee has set up the life of the people in Do the Right Thing. Being nothing but peoples of a poor and struggling society of New York the movie shows how strong the feelings can become between these. The viewers received the reason for the movie in different ways, and in some places it also shows how Spike Lee wanted people to understand it. Spike Lee's movies haven't always been easy for me to see,...
  • Spike A Black African American Entrepreneur
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    Spike Lee The man we know as Spike was born Shelton Jackson Lee on March 20, 1957 in Atlanta, Georgia. The first of five children, he got the nickname Spike from his mother for being a tough baby. Spikes tendency to be difficult is one that goes right back to the crib. The infant Spike, much like the man he grew into, was small but loud. The family he was born into was great for a number of reasons. His parents, college educated newlyweds, both came from families stressing creativity and black t...
  • Spike Lee As An African American Director
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    A Sociological Critique of Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever" Liana R. Prieto (April 1998) Spike Lees Jungle Fever is not a unique cultural production, but a reflection of splintered aspects of real life. It depicts relationships between African-Americans and Italian-Americans centering on one interracial relationship. The film is as much a critique of urban life in New York City as an examination of interracial relationships. It presents a bleak picture of city life full of stereotypes where no racial ...
  • Spike Lee With His Film
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    Spike Lee, with his film, "Do the Right Thing", creates a microcosm of America's melting pot. The characters of the film are used to represent the diverse cultures that compose the American landscape. In large cities comprised of dense population, diverse cultures are forced to co-exist. In many instances, communities separate themselves as much socially and physically as possible, creating intangible barriers that progressively lead toward the growth of racial tension. Eventually, this prejudic...

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