It represents wealth or status which is why the renegade elves are looking for it throughout the film.This is also the case for the thugs who sought its power. Both parties, however, learn that what you have doesn’t equate to happiness. If you look closely, you don’t see any interracial dating between the difference races except in the human race.One article was entitled “Loiras da TV: as apresentadoras platinadas que fazem sucesso (TV’s blondes: the successful platinum colored hosts)” and the other “As dez apresentadoras de TV mais bonitas do Brasil (The ten most beautiful TV hosts)”.By its title, the first article is blatant in its promotion of blond beauty.Despite what they call a “terrible” movie, “Bright” seems to be a hit amongst regular people like us—securing a 93% on Google Review!#Bright’s non-commercial success is mainly due to the fact that certain characters and systems in the film are metaphors for principalities and systematic issues that we are dealing with here in the United States.
Research shows that 86% of television hosts and 93% of journalists on Brazilian television programs are white.
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Which leads to the question of why there are so few Afro-Brazilians studying in the field of communications in universities and the further discussion of the battle over affirmative action policies to give more black Brazilians access to a college education.
In regards to the other article, it’s obvious why there are no Afro-Brazilians on the list of “TV’s blonds”.