By Ben Fritz February 22, 2018 14:57:50A big Oscar victory is usually the one that gives you hope.
But in this case, the odds are stacked against the Best Picture winner, and that’s the case for this year’s Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, Moonlight.
The story of a young black man who finds himself trapped in a world of racism and prejudice in Louisiana, Moonlight was hailed as a powerful, groundbreaking film in its genre, but in this election cycle, it may very well go to the wrong candidate.
A recent poll conducted by the University of Michigan shows that 71 percent of voters said that Moonlight should be considered a “lost cause.”
This is up from the 67 percent who said the same last year.
While the poll also found that 59 percent of African Americans said they’d vote for the film if it was nominated for the Best Foreign Film award, only 37 percent of whites said the opposite.
There are several reasons for the poll’s findings.
For one, the poll asked respondents whether they believed in equality.
While there are many things to admire in Moonlight, this isn’t one of them.
In a recent survey, nearly 90 percent of respondents said they didn’t believe that black people could be treated equally in the U.S. According to the poll, 66 percent of black respondents said that they’d be more likely to vote for a black person than for a white person.
And while the film is nominated for Best Picture, it’s not the only black movie in contention.
Moonlight has been nominated for several Best Picture Oscar awards, including Best Director and Best Supporting Actress, and it was also nominated for best director for its depiction of the story of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a Nigerian American man who is imprisoned for the murder of his black friend.
The film is a dark and gritty portrait of an American story, but there is no mention of racism in the film.
There is a story told about the life of the African American protagonist, who is raised in a racist and misogynistic environment, and in a few scenes he is seen holding a gun and a baton, in front of a camera that is showing him killing people.
In contrast, the film of Moonlight, which is about a black man escaping from a life of racism, does have a mention of the racism in its world.
The film opens with the film character, played by Matthew McConaughey, saying, “The white man is not the man, the black man is the man.”
The character’s character, Malcolm X, goes on to say, “We are all brothers and sisters, and all men have sinned.”
The scene in which Malcolm X says this is a major moment in the movie, as well as in the history of American civil rights, which was a point made by former President Martin Luther King Jr.
When asked if they think this was a good idea, 69 percent of Americans said yes, while only 41 percent said no.
This is in line with other recent polls, which show that African Americans are more likely than whites to say that they would be more inclined to vote against a black candidate for the White House.
In addition to this, there are numerous racial issues in the story.
There are scenes in which the character of Ngaume is a man in the wrong race, as a way to illustrate that the white people in Louisiana don’t have a monopoly on racism.
In a scene where he’s holding a bat, a white man holds up his hand to the black community and says, “It’s not my fault you got that bat, that man.”
This could be seen as a statement against the white community, and the black people in the room.
Another scene in the trailer shows a young African American boy who is playing with a bat as a symbol of black liberation.
The scene is seen as an implicit reference to the movie’s theme of black rebellion.
In fact, it was the only scene in Moonlight that did not include any references to black people, as there are no references to any people of color in the plot.
And it’s important to note that there are some strong black voices in the Oscar nominations.
While it’s impossible to predict which of the nominated films will win, it is clear that Moonlight is a contender for Best Documentary or the Best Supporting Actor award.
If Moonlight were to win, then the film could very well be the last film to receive an Academy Award nomination.
The poll was conducted by a group of students, with some voting in a random sample of 8,000, with the remaining 2,500 voting via a proprietary computer-based system.
The sample was weighted by the percentage of respondents who said they were African American.