‘Us’ stars Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke and director Jordan Peele discuss its meaning

The stars and acclaimed director break down what makes “Us” terrifying, what the film means to them, and the inspiration behind the movie.

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44 thoughts on “‘Us’ stars Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke and director Jordan Peele discuss its meaning

  1. “I think that we are our own worst enemy because we are so capable of lying to ourselves…about our shame, about our guilt, about our sins…we are very good at telling ourselves, ‘It’s not us, it’s them.’ When you suppress something as a group, whether it be racism, classism, or xenophobia…historically, we see it come out in very atrocious ways.” The themes expressed in the movie that Jordan discusses right here are SO POETIC.

  2. Ok I haven’t seen the movie yet just the trailer. But was I the only one that thought the film could be lowkey commenting on how white people would one day call us color people white and them black. Idk I thought of that because of the recent extreme issue of black facing and cultural appropriation happening nowadays. Especially since get out was about white people messing with the mental of black people. So I assume the other version of the family was white people themselves imitating this black family and trying to get rid of them.

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