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Chris and his girlfriend Rose go upstate to visit her parent's for the weekend. At first, Chris reads the family's overly accommodating behavior as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter's interracial relationship, but as the weekend progresses, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he never could have imagined. Written by
The original score was created entirely by orchestral composer Michael Abels, who had never worked on a film before, but who specializes in traditional concert music with influences from blues, jazz and African music. Director Jordan Peele found one of Abels' orchestral compositions, "Urban Legends," on YouTube and decided that "this guy could terrorize some people in this movie." See more »
When Chris sends Rod a photo on his phone, he begins typing Rod's name into the recipient tab. However, even after several letters, his phone screen shows "no name found" in the tab. A suggested contact should have popped up right away. See more »
[around 117:30 after Rod explained his story about his missing friend Chris to Detective Latoya, she brings in two other detectives so that they can listen to his story]
Then he sent me some weird pictures... I'm like all man that's Andre Hayworth... this dude been missing for 6 months.Right? So I do all my research you know cause as a TSA agent... you know, you guys are detectives, you know, I got the same training. We might know more than y'all sometimes, you know cause we are dealing with ...
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This movie is appropriately in a genre Mr. Jordan Peele has christened, "Social Thriller". The movie creates a very unsettling feeling from the beginning that slowly builds to a crescendo, that forces the viewer to see prejudices head on. When all is said and done, you now have kind of a bird's eye view of what is wrong with society. But besides that, it hints a Hitchcock-type of thrill that is sure to deliver Goosebumps. A HUGE congratulations to Jordan Peele for hitting a HOME RUN, his first time up to bat. Looking forward to future projects from him. GO SEE, GET OUT. 😀😀
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