Set It Off (1996)

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Set It Off: Directed by F. Gary Gray. With Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, Vivica A. Fox, Kimberly Elise. Desperation drives four inner-city women to bank robbery in Los Angeles, then they start mistrusting each other.

“This movie gives us a graphic insight into the possibility of what people might do under certain circumstances and situations. These young ladiesu0026#39; misfortunes in life have driven them to do something that otherwise would not have entered their minds: robbing a bank. Their participation in this criminal activity is a crying-out against the evils of their society and environment. In other words, they are saying u0026quot;because of what you did to me…this is how I will respondu0026quot;. Anyone who has seen this film honestly knows that what theyu0026#39;re doing is just as morally wrong as what has happened to each of them, but, for some deep-seated reason, we find ourselves rooting for them – even hoping that they get away with it. Each character reveals a problematic area in our working society: unfair employment and termination practices, inadequate childcare options, hindrances and distractions of the ghetto and other social plights and dilemmas.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWe may not agree with what these young ladies are doing but somehow we understand. (please see this movie…)”


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