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Get Out

Get Out
Get Out




104 minutes


Drama, Horror



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Chris and his girlfriend Rose are all set to visit her parents as a couple for the first time, even if he has reservations that he, as an African-American, will be judged by her family. Rose admits to her parents’ clumsiness, but refutes any suggestions of racism. Whilst his fears appear to be initially allayed, there is a mysterious edge to the family estate – as well as strange behaviour from its inhabitants – which soon turns sinister. Get Out is all-at-once consistently comedic, a razor-sharp satire about racial identity, and a twisty, suspenseful horror full of menace and intrigue.

15 Classification

Strong violence, gore, sex references, language.

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