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Here are some of the best sources to find free media for your documentary or video project… The Tethered’s red jump suits and single glove were an allusion to Michael Jackson along with the “Thriller” shirt seen on young Adelaide, and Peele has stated that Jackson was “the patron saint of duality”. Critic Jim Vejvoda related the Tethered to “urban legends” and “xenophobic paranoia about the Other”, also writing they resembled the Morlocks in H. Journalist Noel Ransome viewed the film as being about “the effects of classism and marginalization”, writing “the Tethered are effigies of this same situational classism. They’re trapped—mentally and physically—and ignored”. He also noted the title Us could mean “U.S.”, or United States. Us had its world premiere at the South by Southwest film festival on March 8, 2019.

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