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Officer Tom Hansen (Character)
from Crash (2004/I)

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Crash -- Winner of 3 Academy Awards including BEST PICTURE, CRASH takes place in the diverse metropolis of Los Angeles and challenges audiences to confront their prejudices. Lives combust when a Brentwood housewife and her district attorney husband, a Persian shopkeeper, two cops, a pair of carjackers and a Korean couple all converge.
Crash -- US Home Video Trailer from Lions Gate Films

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  1. Crash (2004/I) Played by Ryan Phillippe
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From Crash (2004/I)
Officer Hanson: I don't want to cause any problems lieutenant, I just want a new partner.
Lt. Dixon: I understand, your partner is a racist prick, but you don't want to disturb any bad feelings for him.
Officer Hanson: Well, he's been on the force for a long time.
Lt. Dixon: Seventeen years.
Officer Hanson: And I do have to work here, Sir.
Lt. Dixon: So, you don't mind if there's a racist prick on the force, you just don't want him riding in your car?
Officer Hanson: If you need me to go on record about this, I will.
Lt. Dixon: That'd be great, write a full report. But I'm anxious to understand how an obvious bigot can go undetected for seventeen years, eleven of which he was under my personal supervision, which doesn't speak too highly of my managerial skills, but that's not your concern. I can't wait to read it.
Officer Hanson: What if i said I wanted a new partner for personal reasons?
Lt. Dixon: So now you're saying he's not a racist prick, you just don't like him?
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