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Monday, May 4, 2020

Dumped to Netflix: Tense French Thriller ‘Get In’ Packs a Timely Punch

With theaters closed indefinitely and random drive-ins offering some of us escape, we’ve been looking to streaming services to fill our entertainment needs. While many have been stepping up their game, Netflix has one of the year’s biggest wins and doesn’t even know it.

With no trailer, poster, stills, or even notice, Netflix has dumped one of the best films of the year, the French thriller Get In (Furie), to their streaming service.

Directed by Olivier Abbou, Get In begins when a family returns from vacation only to have their nanny and her husband refuse to leave their home.

This French thriller-turned-home invasion horror packs a timely punch, offering up commentary on our legal system and the enslaving nature of modern society. It’s the kind of film that’s more than relatable and just as enraging as it is empowering.

Abbou drives the tension home by drilling in the feeling of helplessness as he tears a man down to his breaking point before allowing his inner beast to take over. Get In is a descent into raw and primal power by way of Gaspar Noé.

Watch for Meagan Navarro’s official review later this week. Until then, add Get In to your Netflix list.

Here’s the official French trailer (there are currently no subtitles) along with a few screencaps.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/home-video/3615243/dumped-netflix-tense-french-thriller-get-packs-timely-punch/

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