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1“Get Out” Film Analysis.NameCourse Code and NameDue Date
2Get Out film Scene AnalysisIntroductionGet outis a horror-comedy film that stars a young black man, Chris, as the main actor. It consists of racism and fiction as the two major themes. However, the film is more of a thriller rather than a horror movie as it should be.1Chris visits Rose and her Caucasian family over one weekend. He faces a lot of racism from them and realizes there is a lot that is off about the familyand the African Americans he found there. This paper, however, discusses the plot sequences, themes, symbolism, and other aspects of the movie based on the three scenes herein Meeting the FamilyChris starts dating Rose, and she takes him to visit her parents’ house. At the house, he faces many forms of microaggressions, but he seems not to know where the line between racism and well-meaning gaffes lies. The groundskeeper keeps watching the interaction from a distance.Rose’s parents, Missy and Dean, are quite welcoming2. Dean shows Chris around the house, and they go to Missy's office where she receives patients as she is a psychiatrist. They see the family photographs together, and it is then that Chris knows about Jeremy, Rose’s younger brother. The cinematography uses space as they take some scene far away and close-up3. Even before the meeting with her parents, the issue of race is already significant as Rose has never introduced a black boyfriend to them. When Chris expresses his worry about that, Rosetells him that the parents have no issue and would even vote Obama for a third time4. This scene has a symbolic power that expresses how Rose has white cluelessness. Rose ought to know that