Once again Jordan Peele film has won so many hearts from the side of audience and the film is definitely gathering the words of appreciation from all around. Jordan film “US” is the combination of hint towards the race relations, discrimination, and the inequality and turns the blame squarely on the enemy.
This film is a complete mixture of horror and thriller in which the main cast counts the names of Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, and Elisabeth Moss1! It is a complete story of the intriguing horror/Slasher/thriller that powers itself on suggestion. A family is constantly appearing to be under threat and every sequence is put together into the complete varied explanation for it rising. Peele’s film, ‘Us’ has a form that appears unpretentious but is actually very disingenuous.
The film has different turns of references which are connected with one another as it happens from time to time and hence lends brilliance to the plot. The film starts back in the year 1986 with a young girl and her parents wandering all the way through the Santa Cruz boardwalk at night. The father is intent on winning her a prize while the Mom takes to the loo break, leaving the little girl to her own devices. The girl was grabbed by something really weird and interesting a short distance away and walks off. She walks into the hall of mirrors where she gets scared of her wits. This is the point where the movie gets shifted into the present era where the Wilson family is shown to be heading towards their holiday home. The film cuts out to be back and forth into the past and present setting up a conflict-raising set of images and at the end of the day result is so shocking.
The sudden highlights of thriller and horror finishing in the film has made it much interesting that would not make you know that what will happen in the next scene. Suddenly four strangers suddenly appear in front of Wilson house as forcing the family to fight for their lives.
Cinematography of the film has been done by Mike Gioulakis is a rich progression of shots that eulogise on Peele’s most momentous cinema experiences. The angles, or the lighting and structure illuminate a craft that is vivid and so much immersive. Nicholas Monsour’s nifty edits and Micheal Abels’ textured compositions adds the impact of depth into the impression of haunting. Lupita Nyong’o is simply outstanding.
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