Sometimes, freezeframe fun does not provide fun, but sadness.
In the Pixar movie Monsters Inc., you can see the following file of a child at 12 min 40 sec:
Monsters scare children at night, and this is how they keep track of them. The file comes with a blueprint of the room, a list of date stamps, business-critical notes like “scared of snakes”, and the standard data like name, gender, age, and… uh, race??
Albert Lozano, age 8, seems to be “hispanic”, and for monsters, this is apparently a feature that is important to them.
Oh well, that’s Monstropolis, a world inhabited by monsters that scare little children. Modern societies, on the other hand, have understood that “race” is a detail that is just as useful to track as shoe size. Oh wait.