“The Help” is a film that has been based on Kathryn Stockett’s bestselling book. The movie was directed and adopted by a then inexperienced Hollywood director Tate Taylor, Kathryn’s friend. It is a motion picture distributed by DreamWorks pictures and was aired in theaters on August 10, 2011. The movie is set in Jackson, Mississippi in 1963, a time where there were great racial strains involving African American helps and their white owners at the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement (Brown, “The Help”). The film talks about some of the volatile issues experienced during the Jim Crow days. Moreover, it also tells the story of how these African American maids empowered a young white lady to write a bestseller book about them. In my opinion, the film is a feel-good tale that tackles painful events but is not necessarily a sad movie. The intended audience is the African American since the movie talks about how racism is vi...