Country: United States
Release Date: March 17, 2017
Director: Jordan Peele
Starring: Allison Williams, Lakeith Stanfield, Daniel Kaluuya
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 103 minutes
Box Office: $?
“Get Out”, Get Out had many ballots to become one of the big surprises of the year since we saw his first official trailer a few months ago. However, it was not until the Sundance Festival where it was projected out of competition, when it was possible to confirm what we intuited with great criticism.
Today you can see a dozen new images of the title directed by Jordan Peele, halfway between "The Invasion of the Upright" and "The Stepford Wives", which will be released in the USA on February 24.
In Get Out a young African American goes to visit the parents of his white girlfriend. Upon reaching the village you will discover that all the black inhabitants of the place are hypnotized and do not own their acts.
Daniel Kaluuya, Bradley Whitford, Allison Williams, Catherine Keener, Betty Gabriel, Caleb Landry Jones, Lyle Brocato, Ashley LeConte Campbell, Marcus Henderson and LilRel Howery are the stars.
'Get Out' is scary, especially for the satirical premise that has used to terrify everyone at the Sundance Festival and it could become a reality soon. Just look at Daniel Kaluuya, the protagonist, to understand that what happens in the feature film of Jordan Peele is not even half normal.
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What begins with a weekend in which Rose is going to present her black boyfriend to her parents, uncovers the sinister practices and an aura of the strangest that surrounds the black population of the area, discriminated against and oppressed by whites . It will be then when Chris discovers the real reason why he is invited to the home of his in-laws. All the black people he encounters live submissive and strangely happy, continually showing forced smiles that give shivers. If the film has caused so much terror in its passage through the festival is undoubtedly fault of the arrival of Donald Trump to the White House, coinciding with a time when prejudices and fears to other races are more exacerbated than ever in the sectors More liberals of the United States.
There will be released on February 24, while in Spanish cinemas we will have to wait until the film gets distributor to bring it to our country. "It was important to me that this movie was not about a black guy going south, into a" red "state, where many people assume that everyone is racist," explained the director of 'Get Out' in reference to Those states that usually vote for the Republican Party, the American "right." "This means stabbing the liberal elite who seems to believe that they - and we - are above this," according to the Los Angeles Times.
Thus 'Get Out' is a provocation to draw the attention of the masses who feel in a world apart from society, freed from racist prejudices; A satirical account that uses the justifications of those who are based on the idea that they are very progressive as to despise a different skin. The characters of Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford, who embody Rose's parents, face a dark and bloody secret that survives by trampling on others, who are different on racial grounds.
"During the time we had a black president [Barack Obama], we have lived in a post-racial lie. The idea that we" have overcome, we have overcome everything "for myself and for many people out there, to Just as the black population knows, it still carries racism, "said Peele, who came up with this film when eight years ago progressive political circles split as they faced Democrat Hillary Clinton and Obama.
"This film is designed to uncover that there is this monster of racism that lurks in the background of conversations and situations that seem innocent.