Warning: Spoilers for Get Out are in play! If you haven't seen the film yet, and don't want to be spoiled, then bookmark this page and... well, get out until you've seen the movie.

With a film that twists and turns like Get Out, there are bound to be a couple of clues that manage to squeak by even the most observant audience member. It's a credit to the fact that Jordan Peele's film writing/directing debut is so well crafted that you can't help but being sucked into it. However, going back to see the film a second time, there are quite a few clues and themes that make so much more sense upon second viewing.

It's with that spirit in mind that we revisited Get Out, and picked up on eight of the best examples of themes and revelations that the film laid down rather brilliantly. If you're interested in seeing how the film foreshadowed major character events in the third act, you can read out other feature running down just how our character's fates were hinted towards. But for now, let's take a look at some of the most subtle hints towards the film's overall plot.

Get Out Rose Argues With The Cop

Rose Fights The Cop

While most of us wondered if Rose Armitage was a loving girlfriend or secret menace to protagonist Chris, there was a super early clue that might have tipped off folks who were questioning everything from frame one. In her scuffle with a local cop trying to ID Chris during their deer strike, it feels like she's white knighting herself in the name of Chris's rights. However, after the film reveals she's actually in on the family business from the ground up, Rose obviously stopped the cop from persisting to see Chris's license for the sheer fact that she doesn't want him reported last being seen with her on the way to their parents. It's so much easier for people to "disappear" if there isn't a paper trail.

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