We are a few weeks into the release of Jordan Peele's magnificent "Get Out" in theaters, and as it continues to break records, we dig deep into what it means for race as it pertains to film and society in general. Coming from two white guys, far apart in age, we try to wrap our heads around why racism is still such a problem in the world. We talk about "Get Out", White privilege, "Ghost in a Shell" and the controversy about casting a white female in a role originally written for a Japanese heroine and what it all means. FYI - there are spoilers regarding "Get Out" so if you haven't seen the film, we stop talking about it around the 37 minute mark. Or just go and see the film and then listen.
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