Towards the end of the 1998 movie "Restaurant" (imdb, a good NYT review) with Adrien Brody, his character Chris is having an altercation evolving into a fight with a young black co-worker (played, I think, by Avery Kidd Waddell). The scene is pivotal in the movie. It's an outbreak of racially tainted hostility which comes unexpected particularily for Chris' friends (and possibly himself). After the fight everybody looks at him as if seeing a different man.
I have viewed the scene a few times because I was curious what exactly he said during the altercation. The scene does not appear to be online anywhere, unfortunately, so I cannot link to it.
On the DVD I have (Digiview Entertainment #TEX65M), one hears him say "Motherf..." which to me doesn't seem to warrant the stunned reaction of his friends. Given that there was a blurring of a "finger" gesture in another scene, and possibly one or two other places where an expletive was replaced, is it conceivable that he actually used the N-word but that it was later dubbed over? Were these edits done for the home video version only (thanks to cde for pointing that out)?