I have not seen the movie "The Help," so I could be wrong, but it seems as though it contains many examples of "Inferential racism" that Hall talks about. The other article wrote about how characters in the movie spoke in an "over-exaggerated black dialect." Many who watched this movie probably did not associate this type of dialouge as being racist, because they have heard it so many times they think these representations are natural. The racist portrayl of how black people spoke was made, likely without the full audience even realizing that it was racist.
For those of you who DID see the movie before reading this article: Did you even notice that they way certain characters spoke may be seen as racist, or have you been conditioned to think nothing of it?