AAFCA's Top 10 Films of the Year

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"Crash" has been chosen as the number one flick on the list of Top Films of the Year 2005 by the African-American Film Critics Association.


Focusing on the story about the prejudices of intersecting characters, "Crash" delightfully has been placed number one on the Top Films of the Year list compiled by African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA). Also included in the list were "The Constant Gardener", "Good Night And Good Luck", "Brokeback Mountain", "Syriana", "Walk the Line", "Hustle & Flow", "Capote", "Batman Begins", and "North Country."

"The films selected for 2005 boldly reflect a bridge towards tolerance," said Gil Robertson IV, President of AAFCA, in relation of the selection of these ten compelling movies.

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