So, this particular scene from a movie has been on my head for 5-7 years or more ever since I saw my mother watch it. I only remember some stuff from it, so here it goes:
I remember watching a conversation between white guys and one of them started talking about his wife. His friends (?) then said something like “she could have been white as snow, but she is black as midnight” and then everyone except the husband started laughing.
Next scene I remember was that the husband and dark skinned wife were at their house, and the husband wanted them to rush to catch a train (I think). Before that, the wife showed him a picture of their daughter and the husband was surprised and asked something like “that’s our daughter?” I then remember that they tried to rush to the train but it was too late; the white guys broke in their house, grabbed the black wife and started breaking glasses. I think they hit the wife.
Only thing else I remember was that the husband was in the future talking about this as he saw a picture of his wife. (This whole scene might not have happened this way, though.)
Hope you can help me!