When it comes to issues of race and representation in cinema, all eyes are on Hollywood, and rightfully so. Unlike many other territories, North America is home to an incredibly diverse mix of people from all walks of life. Therefore, it only makes sense that its film industry accurately reflects this. Indeed, as the decades have gone by, the inclusion of diversity on screen has gradually improved. Thanks to films like Minari, Everything Everywhere All at Once, and series such as Never Have I Ever, Asians are finally planting their feet firmly in Hollywood soil, but this wasn’t always the case, even as recently as twenty years ago.
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Author: Ashni Roman