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Interracial relationships are much more of a norm today than they’ve ever been.

I’d like to say that Hollywood has reflected this growth in America’s dating life, but, sadly, it’s still a rarity to see an interracial couple in the movies, or even on TV (remember the Cheerios commercial that sparked controversy? I guess it’s just the hopeless romantic in me who believes that true love cuts across all social and cultural constructs.

Here are my top 10 picks for charming movies starring people of different ethnicities.

However, since the 60s, there have been enough movies that explore the race card that we can mention. After a white guy finds out he can’t get into Harvard he decides to reapply as a black man.

But their most visible difference—she’s black, he’s white—is never even mentioned in passing. But in this story, it’s relevant and also premiered at Sundance, so the film was long in the can by the time its star made headlines at the festival, first for delivering a rousing speech at the Park City Women’s March (“Williams is my last name, but it is not my real name. I only think of that when I come across people I used to work with, because I miss them.

And if we included the happy couples out there that haven’t gotten hitched, the statistic would surely be much greater.

It’s more common than ever to see two people holding hands on the street who are ethnically different.

The trailer begins with Kaluuya and Williams portraying Chris and Rose: a young, interracial couple preparing for Chris' first meeting with Rose's parents à la Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.