This Neighbors is still a thoughtful piece about race relations concerning housing
Andrew Duggan and Jane Wyatt are the upper-class middle-aged white couple with a grown daughter about to seal the deal of selling their house to a still-pretty young black couple with a couple of kids played by Raymond St. Jacques and Cicely Tyson. At first, the conversation is friendly, even when discussion turns to social differences between both husbands and wives. But after the sale is completed, some tensions, especially concerning the St. Jacques character, come to the fore, and it's not pretty, that's for sure! In summary, Neighbors is quite a thoughtful piece about race relations at the time that makes one wonder with even now having a black president currently in office if anything has changed for the better concerning the social strata between the races considering some of the recent headlines of some incidents...
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