In addition, we’ve tried to make a note of any themes that some may find offensive, such as racial violence, misogyny, and so forth, even if a given film may have great artistic or socio-political value.Prior to the 1960s, it was very common for light-skinned black characters to be portrayed by white actors (especially when paired romantically or sexually with a white character), so where applicable, you’ll find information on that in the notes column as well.Connecting with someone who shares your outlook on life a can lead to a long lasting and healthy relationship.Maybe you are a Black Man Seeking a White Woman, or a White Woman Seeking a Black or Asian Man.Some of the relationships depicted aren’t entirely , of course.Many are based more on sex than love, so we’ve been careful to point out those cases in the notes section below.An African-American nurse who was born light-skinned and passes for white in the North returns to her Southern hometown.She and a white Northern doctor are in love, but she eventually turns down his offer of marriage in order to stay and help her community.
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A British Indian take on Romeo and Juliet in which Geena, a young Gujarati woman, and Jay, a young Scottish man, fall in love while trying to keep their relationship a secret from their rival families.
Romantic comedy about a confused bride, Melissa, who wakes hand-cuffed to a Mexican stranger who claims to be her husband; she has no recollection of the marriage after having consumed a Mexican "moonshine" drink and having forgotten the events that occurred the previous night.
After his family decides to take his money for college away from him, a rich kid pretends to be African-American to win a minority scholarship offered by Harvard University, only to discover that upon getting there that he has fallen for another student, who was supposed to be the actual recipient of the scholarship.
Nicole Oakley, the spoiled, rich, out-of-control daughter of congressman Tom Oakley, meets a working class Mexican-American straight-A student, Carlos Nuñez, resulting in a clash of cultures, values, and a love affair.