Lawrence Bender is a celebrated American movie producer. He was born in the year 1957 in Bronx, New York, USA. He was born to two Jewish parents. His mother was a kindergarten teacher while his father was a college history professor. His original names are Lawrence Kirk Bender. So far, Lawrence Bender has been in the industry of entertainment for over 20 years. He has engineered a variety of movies. Some include the excellent hunting will, Safe, Pulp Fiction, Four Rooms, An Inconvenient Truth, Reservoir Dogs, Django and Inglorious Bastards among others. Bender attended Cherry Hill School East. While still in high school, he envied to be like his grandfather. His granddad was a civil engineer. When he completed his secondary education, he joined the University of Maine. He registered and enrolled in a civil engineering course. In 1957, Lawrence Bender graduated with a degree in civil engineering.
Bender decided to do civil engineering because he had previously heard that the field had plenty of job opportunities. While still on campus, Bender got attracted to dancing. So, after graduating Bender pursued this passion in dancing for several years. Lawrence was able to visit most parts of the United States where he and his colleagues performed in many shows. Something unexpected happened. Lawrence Bender sustained a critical injury that saw him quit dancing. He decided to pursue another career. Today, Lawrence Bender is a hero to most Americans because of the many movies that he has produced and have been aired on our televisions. With his proven experience, Lawrence Bender produced the film ‘white man’s burden’.
The movie’s storyline is in alternative America where black Americans are members of the social elite. On the other hand, the whites inhabit the inner city ghettos. We meet Louis Pinnock who is employed at a chocolate plant. He is a father of two kids and a loving husband. One event occurs when Louis delivers a package for one black man Thaddeus Thomas. Accidentally, he is mistaken for a voyeur. He eventually lost his job and later beaten by black cops. To make matters worse, his family gets evicted from their home. In return, Pinnock kidnaps the black CEO Thomas with a gun and demands that he be served true justice.