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  • Journal

    Patton, E. A.

    Get Out and the legacy of sundown suburbs in post-racial America

    2019 - New Review of Film and Television Studies

    This is a metaphor for a sundown suburb as Peele flips a common racist narrative: the presence of a black male in the suburbs as a threat who becomes the victim of violence.//Andre recognizes the danger and begins to talk to himself, voicing the inner dialogue many people of color experience in similar lifethreatening situations.

    In-text: (Patton, 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Patton, E., 2019. Get Out and the legacy of sundown suburbs in post-racial America. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 17(3), pp.349-363.

  • Website

    Wardlow, C. and Oliver, T.

    A Conversation with DP Toby Oliver on Crafting The Look of ‘Get Out’

    2017

    The whole walk down was pretty much used, which is great. I think shooting a longer take like that, even if it subsequently does get cut into a couple of pieces, can work really well in horror movies because it tends to build up the tension since you’re not cutting away or cutting out of the sequence and you’re with the character for that whole journey.

    In-text: (Wardlow and Oliver, 2017)

    Your Bibliography: Wardlow, C. and Oliver, T., 2017. A Conversation with DP Toby Oliver on Crafting The Look of ‘Get Out’. [online] Film School Rejects. Available at: <https://filmschoolrejects.com/toby-oliver-get-out-interview-7fa5de44eb2c/> [Accessed 2 January 2021].

  • Magazine

    Weston, K.

    That Sinking Feeling

    2018 - Sight & Sound

    the film deftly connects the theft and exploitation of black bodies past to present, from slavery to sports, showing how the American tradition of profiting from them continues to this day.

    In-text: (Weston, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Weston, K., 2018. That Sinking Feeling. Sight & Sound, (Vol. 28 Issue 1), p.37.

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