This paper addresses Smith`s reflections and suggestions on intra-racial conflict and feuding in a multicultural society in America. Twilight is based on the L.A riots which happened in 1992. It was caused by four white policemen`s excessive suppression on the black Rodney King when he was caught for speeding. This incident gave an impetus for the anger and the discontent of the majority of black in American society to explode. Interviewing a variety of people is her pivotal method to search for authentic American characters. As her interview is shown as an inter view, it is to see the inner world of interviewees and shares their mutual opinions. Acting alone, Smith portrays all characters regardless of gender, race and class. Smith`s body is a potential site of transcultural negotiation unlike King``s a voiceless icon of the black body. Smith`s acting is "a constant process of becoming something" and she seeks for a peaceful co-existence. Multicultural societies need to admit the diversity of races or ethnicities. Also, Twilight paradoxically implies a time of liminality, creativity and a possibility for diversity and co-existence rather than one of danger and obscured vision.