Film aims to start conversation on race
‘Black or White’ film espouses faith-based values and behaviors.
It is not an overtly “religious” film. Other than a brief funeral scene inside of a church early in the film, there is no mention of God, or of a particular faith or religion.
And yet, “Black or White” is, according to its makers and stars, clearly a film that addresses what might be called “faith-based” values and behaviors —- the importance of family, the need for compassion and forgiveness, the power of love, and the call to respect and value one another.