Get Out director Jordan Peele reveals he was nervous during the film’s release

It was a sharp comment on the casual, everyday racism that is inherent in lines like, “I wish I had the physique of your race.” But for all its social commentary, Get Out was also a massively entertaining film with taut direction, acting and thrilling, engaging plot. I remember feeling nervous, like “Oh, no. Most of the art was primarily inspired by the idea of the Sunken Place, which I think is the element that resonated the most.”

He also talked about how the unprecedented success of the film has changed him. I feel like now I can commit to my instincts and work faster.”
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd As an answer to a question asking when he knew the film had become a pop culture phenomenon, Peele said, “I would get tagged on Instagram with this art, and I noticed that there was more and more and more. Nothing really beats that. “It just allows me to trust myself a little more. Top News
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Published: December 25, 2017 11:32 am

Get Out was Jordan Peele’s debut directorial.