Secondary resource: Get Out


As exam time nears, Glasgow Film Education have a variety of free classroom resources, perfect for revision for S4-6 pupils.

This resource focusses on Jordan Peele's Get Out, a powerful film about racism in suburban America.

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Get Out (2017, 15)

Chris is going to visit his girlfriend, Rose's white family for the weekend and he can't help but shake that something strange is going on. At first, everyone seems very accommodating of Chris but, as the family's friends descend on the house, it becomes clear that they are being welcoming for a very sinister reason. A satirical thriller about racism in the post-Obama era in America.

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This resource contains questions on characterisation, analysis questions on key scenes, and tasks on genre.

This film is a certificate 15, with strong violence, gore, sex references and strong language.

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