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Tuesday Declared ‘Crash Day’ in Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles has declared Tuesday, April 4, ‘Crash Day’ in honor of this year’s Best Picture Oscar winner, Crash, and its message of racial tolerance among L.A.’s residents.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will honor film studio Lionsgate, director Paul Haggis and the film’s cast and crew at City Hall.

Also on Tuesday, Lionsgate releases a special-edition DVD of Crash with additional footage integrated into the film, as well as behind-the-scenes special features.

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