I believe that one of the major themes of the movie is that the main character is disillusioned with regard to his perception of the contemporary society. Unlike the older generations he is not willing to give in, but ultimately results that nothing can be done with the help of legitimate measures. There is no doubt that it is something that many people of that time can relate to. All this makes the movie in question some kind of a mirror that the public can take a close look at and analyze its fundamental problems. It is particularly important that a black director was able to make such a film (Bourne 198).
Another important point that is made is that when it comes to social injustice, colors do not matter. The main character concludes that some white people suffer as mush as blacks. This means that all the population should unite against social inequality and build a society where everyone will be enjoying his or her state of