Jordan Peele’s directorial debut Get Out has found an enormous amount of success this year. From breaking box office records — earning a total of $214 million USD worldwide thus far — to becoming the highest grossing debut film for an original screenplay to creating the viral “Get Out” challenge. With that, it’s no wonder Peele’s film has achieved something so extraordinary; seamlessly being able to blend comedy with horror, helping to craft Get Out as one of today’s most culturally relevant films. Not forgetting to mention that Peele’s satirical take on the race is flat-out fearless, flipping stereotypes on its head and injecting an intelligent flair.
Now thanks to a recent video analogy by ScreenPrism, the symbolism and deeper messages in Get Out get unpacked. Take a watch above to see what you might have missed during your initial viewing of the film.