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Us ‘We’, Jordan Peele’s new film, is already a box office success in its first weekend, and we are not surprised: the mixture Us of terror, comedy and social message that he already used in the Oscar-winning ‘Let me out’ continues working perfectly. Now, where in that 2017 movie there was a clear racial reading, in this new nightmare the interpretations soar. What can all the small elements that the filmmaker has left behind in the story mean? And, beyond the explanation about the script for those who do not want to think about it any more, what does it have to tell us about the world in which we live, about the class struggle, capitalism or memory, individual and collective?

“The fact is that Peele overloads his apocalyptic thriller with metaphors and sociopolitical allegories that, however, do not hinder the sustained suspense, demonstrating his ability as a storyteller, which goes beyond the simple homage to the terror of the 80s (which there is) to work perfectly with the right tone, rhythm and combination of violence, scares and humor “, writes Jesús Palacios in his review for FOTOGRAMAS. Criticism has already surrendered to him, and now it’s time to analyze it in order to get the most out of his story.

Duration: 116 min


IMDb: 6.9