Get Out: Film Guide

Get Out
Get Out

Ages

16+

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

Related calendar events

Anti-Slavery Day
18 October

A film guide that looks at Get Out (2017), in which an African-American young man fears for his life upon meeting his Caucasian girlfriend's mysterious family for the first time.

This guide is useful for exploring topics including Citizenship, Film Studies and PSHE in addition to highlighting themes surrounding racism and prejudice, North American countries, law and order, slavery, family, love and relationships, equality and community.

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Get Out
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Get Out Film Guide

A short PowerPoint of activities focusing on Get Out.

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This Resource Supports

Citizenship

PSHE Education

Film Studies

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