Inside The Rule That Once Banned On-Screen Interracial Relationships

In the 1930s, Hollywood's strict set of moral guidelines called The Hays Code, forbade the depiction of interracial love in film. Needless to say, the portrayal of relationships between races has changed since then. This year, "Get Out" a film that stars an interracial couple, smashed box office expectations, earning more than $100 million since its debut in February.
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