In the current world, there are conflicts all over. The conflicts that people experience every day have become a fundamental part of life. However, there are different kinds of conflict which may be amid cultures, race, and so forth, something that is both serious and difficult at the same time. The film Crash by director Paul Harris, is one that illustrates the concept of conflict, especially when it comes to racism and class. This film brings to light the story of some interrelated characters. It is a story with the setting in Los Angeles, a place that is known to host diverse groups of people. In such settings, one may find that there exist some barriers and the people that walk the streets or even living there. The title of the film is an illustration of how in such a setting, there is a tendency of people bumping into each other and accidents occurring all the time. Therefore it depicts the crash, which is physical as well as mental crashes. Good examples of the many crashes are racial, social, class, and cultural types. Various groups are struggling amid the conflicts and harmony. This assignment will focus on the sociological analysis of the film Crash based on the conflict theory and through the multifactorial and intersectional analysis of race, gender, and class.