Get Out

By Sam Walker-Smart

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After spending three years creating hilarious, often cinematic sketches with comedy partner Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele has now stepped behind the camera for his acclaimed debut, Get Out. As any fan of their TV work will tell you, Key and Peele never did shy away from racial issues, and it’s in this uneasy realm that the first-time director has created his dark yet comedic debut.

Taking on the classic “meet-the-parents” setup as utilized in everything from The Fockers trilogy to Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner, Get Out sees black photographer Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and white girlfriend Rose (Girls’ Allison Williams) heading down south to get the introductions out the way. At Rose’s grandiose home estate, Chris soon finds that not everything is as it seems, with missing people, hypnosis and a bizarre groundskeeper adding a sense of deep unease.

A box-office and critical smash, this contemporary satire should not be missed. (Shown in English with Spanish subtitles at Balmes Multicines, Cinesa Diagonal Mar, Cines Verdi and Yelmo Cines Icaria. The title in Spanish is Déjame salir.)

May 19, 2017 – May 25, 2017
Opening Hours
Mon 16:15 – 22:45
Tue 16:15 – 22:45
Wed 16:15 – 22:45
Thu 16:15 – 22:45
Fri 16:15 – 22:45
Sat 16:15 – 22:45
Sun 16:15 – 22:45

Yelmo Cines Icaria

C/ Salvador Espriu, 61
€5.90 / €8.20