Danny is called into the office and is told that he must write about the life of his brother, Derek Vinyard, and have it on his desk the next morning American History X is a movie about a young man named Derek who is a member of the neo-Nazi movement.
Like the rest of his family, Derek is racist, extremely prejudiced and discriminates against all minorities.
The video that my friends and I chose to watch is titled “American History X”, which is based on the clash between the whites and blacks.
Being only under ten years old, the video is a perfect example of how people, even after American History X Will racism ever come to an end or will its path go on infinitely?
While these thoughts and images seemed just to be him reminiscing of Danny and his own innocence, they were a very deliberate part of the cinematography.
And although one could go on about how Derek's actions drove the family In American History X gets the grip of what terror of fascists America.In doing so, we hold a virtually limitless power to determine the circumstances surrounding our lives and the consequences of those circumstances.The focus of the story centers around the primary character, Derrick, as we witness his tremendous psychological transformation from radical, racist skinhead to enlightened, mature leader against the very hate that he previously wrought.For the most part, the majority of people respect those who are different either in color, race, and/or heritage; however, there are those few that hold bigoted views towards people who are different than they are.The movie American History X by Tony Kaye displays an example of people who hold bigoted views.He takes an in depth look at what he calls the "epidemic of youth The title of American History X is derived from the name of a class Danny (Furlong) is forced to take after writing a controversial essay on Adolf Hitler's autobiography, Mein Kampf.When his Jewish teacher (Gould) becomes outraged, he bursts into Principal Sweeney's (Brooks) office and complains.Again, we see the influence of Sweeney's confidence in the belief in self-determinism.In discussing Danny's seemingly adopted racist doctrine, Sweeney tells Murray, "He learned this, Murray. And he can unlearn it, too." Against the pressure he has been facing for the last three years from Cameron and the like, Danny evolves over the course of the story into a younger model of Derrick; liberated from the burden of hatred and bigotry that has...The movie opens with him gunning down a pair of African Americans because they were trying to steal Derek's truck, just as most people would do in any circumstance.The only difference is that Derek was a skin American History X and the Epidemic of Youth Violence Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me.