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Crash (2005)

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Cast
Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle, Matt Dillon, Jennifer Esposito, William Fichtner, Brendan Fraser, Terrence Howard, Christopher Bridges, Thandie Newton, Ryan Phillippe, Larenz Tate, Michael Peña, Tony Danza, Keith David
Released
2005
caffeine | cocaine
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Another policeman tells police Detective Graham Waters, referring to cigarette smoking, "I quit." (0:05)

Robber Anthony tells his accomplice Peter, "We're the only two black faces surrounded by a sea of over-caffeinated white people..."
”Look at the way your crazy ass drive, then ask me again.” (0:09)

Karen tells district attorney Rick Cabot, "I think you're worrying too much." (0:14)

Christine Thayer tells police Sergeant John Ryan, "That just drove your cracker ass crazy." (0:20)

Shop owner Farhad tells his daughter Dorri, "You think I should let crazy people do what they want to us?" (0:22)

Christine's television director husband Cameron Thayer tells her, "... that's exactly what I was worried about right there." (0:23)

Peter asks Anthony, "How in the lunacy of your mind is hip-hop music of the oppressor?"
Anthony imagines the FBI might say, ”I know, let's give the niggers this music by a bunch of mumbling idiots...” (0:30)

Anthony asks Peter, "Are you out of your mind?" (0:44)

Ryan tells Shaniqua Johnson, referring to his father's physician, "Between you and me, the man's an idiot." (0:47)

Detective Waters examines his mother’s drug paraphernalia. (0:50)

Christine tells Cameron, "And yes, I was a little drunk, and I was mouthing off." (0:54)

Detective Waters tells D.A.’s assistant Jake Flanagan, "... I’m willing to bet when the coroner's report comes back tomorrow it's going to say that Detective Lewis was coked out of his head."
Flanagan: ”Do you think they need another drug dealing cop, or do you think they need a fallen black hero?”
Referring to Lewis: ”... Or maybe, stoned or not, just being a black man in the Valley was enough to get him killed.” (1:08)

Another policeman tells officer Tom Hanson, "... this is... nuts." (1:17)

Waters’ mother collapses in grief at the sight of the lifeless body of her other son Peter. (1:34)