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Kaluuya plays Chris with alluring focus, lowkey chill, and just the right amount of vulnerability and independence that could only come from deep loss.As Chris packs a bag for the weekend, Rose lounges on the nearby couch, snuggling his dog Sid, her body lithe and obvious in the teeniest of denim dresses H&M or Madewell or J. Chris asks if her parents know that he is black — Rose has told him he is her first black boyfriend — to which she responds, sarcastically: “What would I tell them?Historically, we’ve usually been on the outside looking in when it comes to creating horror films, but we have centuries of material to draw from.
takes cultural appropriation to the cultural harvest level, and Peele pushes it to such an exacting pageantry of smug white people privilege that you can almost see him exorcising the white part of his biracial makeup (his mother is white and his father is black).
It seems like every other day a new initiative or podcast or deep-dive interactive project is launched in an effort to shed some understanding on race in America.
Well look no further, because Jordan Peele’s is a capital “A” accurate understanding of race in America and the not even slightly exaggerated psychosis it has bred — not least of all because it’s told through the only lens that frankly matters on the subject: a black one.
And the payoff, although fairly gory and in some ways predictable, is deeply gratifying.
Most people who watched the Comedy Central series Key and Peele already knew that Peele is brilliant. This is Jordan Peele’s movie (his first) and Jordan Peele’s moment.