Get Out (Subtitled) (15)



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Horror (2017)
104mins US

Starring: Allison Williams, Daniel Kaluuya, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Catherine Keener
Director: Jordan Peele
Writer(s): Jordan Peele
Listings: London | Rest of UK and Ireland

Gifted photographer Chris Washington is nervous about a road trip to meet the parents of his girlfriend Rose. He drives with Rose to her parents' pristine community, where he is warmly welcomed by Dean Armitage and his psychiatrist wife, Missy. Something about the neighbourhood feels out of kilter and Chris is unnerved by the passive behaviour of the Armitages' black groundkeeper Walter and maid Georgina.

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Get Out (15)

Inspired by the creeping dread of The Stepford Wives, Jordan Peele's slickly engineered horror is a razor-sharp satire, which takes a scalpel to simmering racial tensions in present day America. Get Out prescribes shocking violence and laughter in equal measures, carefully exposing the ignorance that simmers beneath the surface of polite middle-class liberalism. When the script bares its polished teeth, it draws plenty of blood from the nail-biting battle of wits between a gifted black twentysomething artist and his white future in-laws, who believe voting for an African American president is a badge of honour...

Get Out. Copyright: Universal Pictures. Caption: Daniel Kaluuya as Chris Washington in Get Out, directed by Jordan Peele. All Rights Reserved.

Ignoring his pal's warning, Chris drives with Rose to her parents' pristine community, where he is warmly welcomed by Dean Armitage (Bradley Whitford) and his psychiatrist wife, Missy (Catherine Keener). Dean gives Chris a tour of the house, avoiding the basement - "We had to seal it up - black mould down there" - and attempts to put the young man's concerns to rest by confessing his political allegiances. "I would have voted for Obama for a third term if I could. Best president in my lifetime," proudly declares Dean. However, something about the neighbourhood feels out of kilter and Chris is unnerved by the passive behaviour of the Armitages' black groundkeeper Walter (Marcus Henderson) and maid Georgina (Betty Gabriel). When Missy discovers Chris is struggling to give up smoking and offers to use hypnosis to cure his filthy habit, meeting the parents becomes a bruising battle for survival.

Get Out is a smart and sophisticated descent into psychological hell, punctuated by giggles courtesy of Howery's buddy, whose paranoid delusions might be rooted in reality. Whitford and Keener relish their dark, ambiguous roles as parents who are determined to create an American dream, by fair means or foul. Writer-director Peele sustains dramatic momentum and drip feeds us teasing clues until he is ready to begin the blood-letting in lip-smacking earnest.

- Sam Cannon

Get Out. Copyright: Universal Pictures. Caption: Daniel Kaluuya as Chris Washington in Get Out, directed by Jordan Peele. All Rights Reserved.


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