Get Out Explained: Symbols, Satire & Social Horror

Jordan Peele’s “Get Out”
is more than a horror movie The story of a black man’s visit
to his white girlfriend’s parents gone horribly wrong
is also a biting, absurdist satire that captures something in the zeitgeist For that reason “Get Out” is the spiritual descendant of two other more-than-horror classics 1968’s “Rosemary’s Baby” and especially 1975’s “Stepford Wives” both adapted from the writings of Ira Levin. I would describe this movie as a classic horror film in the vain of The Stepford Wives or Rosemary’s Baby But whereas those films used frightening analogies to dramatize women’s issues “Get Out” cleverly addresses today’s climate
concerning race This was a movie that reflects real fears of mine and real issues that I’ve dealt with before Let’s talk about some of the film’s key elements and how it draws from Stepford and Rosemary Watch out – there will be SPOILERS “Get Out” is loaded with symbols and imagery that remind us of the history
of slavery and the Old South Starting with the plantation-like Armitage Estate and some older-looking costumes The echoes visually remind us that our society’s past is ever interwoven into our present The first sign of something wrong occurs when the deer runs into the car The gentle deer is linked to our protagonist The accident is an omen of what’s to come The innocent creature’s sacrifice The omen is later fulfilled when after he’s tied up by Rosa’s family Chris sees the head of a deer
mounted to the wall the dead trophy that Rosa’s family would like to make of him as well come and sit with me please When Rose’s mother Missy hypnotizes Chris she uses a teacup as her weapon The dainty cup and stirrer are symbols of civility revealed to be hostile and aggressive Drinking tea strikes us as a refined, harmless activity but global conflicts and colonial dynamics have long been projected onto the trade and consumption of tea The Boston Tea Party helped launch
the American Revolutionary War The hypnosis gives Chris the feeling of falling The imagery suggests the family’s ulterior motive to push him down and suppress his will Sure, you won’t be gone I’m completely a sliver of you will still be in there somewhere limited consciousness You’ll live in a sunken place Within, the plot the sunken place is a visceral state of dimmed consciousness but it’s also evocative of pushing back
against forward progress Closing his eyes here symbolizes removing his consciousness and it makes us think of the historical withholding of education to disenfranchise black people I’m happy The family’s housekeeper Georgina is the image of a Stepford Wife vacant, inhuman and strained The Armitages are so good to us Then we meet the equally robotic Walter With these characters, Peele is explicitly
updating Stepford Wives Instead of robotic homemakers They’re robotic servants Instead of evoking dolls They evoke slaves Rose’s father Dean holds an auction with Chris’s photo which is disturbingly reminiscent of a slave auction The reveal that these white people are taking over black bodies stands in for white people using black people as slaves to use them for physical labor while retaining all power despite their own physical ailments after he’s briefed on how his body will be surgically taken over by the man who purchased him in the auction Chris looks at the cotton coming out of the chair It’s a visual reference to the Old South
primary slave labor – picking cotton Chris uses the cotton to plug his ears
and resist the hypnosis so the symbol of slavery is inverted to become his tool of escape Not unlike the deer antlers The movie also starts to introduce imagery concerning movie-going and audiences The surgery prep shows bright lights staring into camera like on a movie set You know what? Your eye, man I want those things you see through Hudson wants to take Chris’s eyes which symbolized through his taking pictures are a key part of his identity as an actively looking individual It’s significant, too,
that Hudson is an art dealer This is a person who sells his artistic tastes without really being able to see art He’ll now be making commercial profit off of appropriating Chris’s artistic insight The surgery will make Chris a backseat driver or passive audience Your existence will be as a passenger Peele is suggesting that consuming entertainment can be passive or hypnotic if we allow our minds to be controlled by whatever images we’re fed But the flash of the camera wakes us up like the hypnotized Logan whose real name is Andre and later Walter who’s long been taken over
by Rose’s grandfather Peele intends his movie to be like this flash not hypnotic entertainment that lulls us into submission but a jolt that wakes us up to reality While the plot eventually escalates into
a full-out race war “Get Out”‘s satire isn’t really targeted at overt or obvious racism in our society Many have interpreted the movie as a commentary on a certain kind of smug white liberal mindset Rose’s family appear at the start to be nice people who believe they’re forward-thinking By the way, I would have voted for Obama
for a third term if I could Best president in my lifetime hands down Yet they’re nervous tolerance is strained Their outlook can be oblivious and self-congratulatory and ultimately they’re uninterested in any deep understanding of inequality or any meaningful action All of us might have like little racist things in us and really that’s what the movie is kind of whether they’re conscious or unconscious and that’s what the movie really brings to light Early on we get a few dropped hints
of what’s to come in small, off comments it was up there with always perfect Aryan race bullshit black dude comes along proves him wrong from the entire world Dean mentions black mold down in the basement which will later take on a double meaning of a mold for black people Jeremy associated with his white signifier
the lacrosse stick brings his hate out into the open launching quickly into discussions of genetic makeup If you really push your body If you really train yeah and no pussyfooting around you’d be a fucking beast Later the racist obsession
with black people’s physical strength and equating them with animals
becomes even more explicit The movie also hints at the way that black culture can come in and out of trend and be co-opted
by white society When Chris asks “Why black people” People want to change some people want to be stronger, faster, cooler And through characters like the hypnotized Andre It’s also touching on the pressure on middle-to-upper-class black society to assimilate into white culture The literal plot of Rose’s family attempting
to sell Chris’s body symbolizes a more subtle reality A world in which white people are still happy
to benefit from their privilege And their liberal ideals are limited by their attachment to a status quo that makes them the dominant class Both Stepford and Rosemary can likewise be read figuratively as commentaries on how society traps women In real-life, suburban wives aren’t really
turned into robots and urban women aren’t impregnated by Satan But in Stepford the community pushes women to put their family’s needs first transforming them into perfectly servile homemakers And in Rosemary, a woman’s husband is also
willing to use her to get ahead in a hyper-competitive twisted society And Get Out beautifully updates Ira Levin’s tradition The movie follows from Black Lives Matter in the same way that Stepford Wives embodied the slogan Sisterhood is Powerful How long have you known that guy Like today, why? This is gonna sound weird but when you came at me it felt like a new one Get Out’s Chris Washington is in many ways an update to Stepford Wives’ protagonist
Joanna Eberhart Both are sympathetic, educated characters who are aware of the social issues at hand Doesn’t it ever bother you that the most important organization in Stepford is sexually archaic? Chris admits his discomfort about whether Rose’s parents will accept their interracial relationship Do they know I’m black? No. Should they? So our first impression is that both are savvy, informed, not seemingly naive Yet the absurdly sinister and corrupt situations
both eventually fall in to prove that neither’s liberal urban outlook is actually paranoid enough Both are city dwellers transplanted to the suburbs a place that makes them instinctually uncomfortable and they’re both photographers story-wise the camera symbolizes an original perspective, a free mind watching them look through the camera puts us in their point of view so we feel attacked ourselves Rosemary’s Baby’s protagonist does strike us as more naive and childlike but she follows the same journey too of discovering too late the horrifying betrayal around her Here like in Stepford or Rosemary the plot is masterminded by a white male
patriarch villain Coincidentally Get Out’s Roman Armitage even shares the first name of Rosemary’s Baby’s Roman Castevet A key difference though is that in those previous films the white women were victims Here they’re villains Fans of Rosemary and Stepord who spotted the similarities as they’re watching will likely anticipate one of the film’s major twist as we start to suspect that Rose is Chris’s betrayer She seems to have escaped her family’s issues The rose who stands out from the thorns But she simply understands very well how to convincingly play the progressive young liberal He wasn’t driving I didn’t ask who was driving I asked to see his ID Yeah, why? That doesn’t make any sense Here.
No, fuck that You don’t have to give him your ID if you haven’t done anything wrong Rose, like the husbands in the other two movies feels the most pernicious villainfor her cold duplicity This gets at how political dynamics really play out
on the intimate level In Stepford and Rosemary the betrayer crucially manages to stall the protagonists’ escape Rose does the same when Chris is first captured And at the end, even after he’s killed
the rest of her family She chases after him and continued to manipulate him In Stepford Wives Joanna believes she’s in a loving marriage with a man who respects her and it seems to us that she is but when her husband gets fed up with having to care for the children I played Monopoly with him I didn’t pass goal I didn’t collect I played backgammon I played Scrabble with the goddamn kids they’re in the kitchen now what do you want me to do And annoyed by Joanna’s interest in photography he decides he really wants an obedient housekeeper over an independent-minded wife The scary implication is that even well-intentioned individuals can’t resist the rewards of an unequal society that favors them Rose’s true allegiance is to her class And the privilege she’s happy to enjoy Even the eerie music reminds us of Stepford Drawing out our fear of society’s hidden monsters Horror is an inherently potent genre for dramatizing social issues of the day Scary movies can build our intangible fears into physical exaggerated monsters Comedy likewise can exercise our demons by talking about what’s taboo in society Horror and comedy are very similar In one you’re trying to get a laugh and the other you’re trying to get a scare Get Out doesn’t just draw from both genres but also effectively interweaves them Even its horror aspects have darkly comic absurdist inflections The far-fetched plot of a girl who attracts black men so her family can surgically turn them into robotic slaves takes a cue from Levin’s blend of sinister absurdity Stepford also used unbelievable methods of advanced surgery to heighten the satire The robotics and plastic surgery are flippantly unrealistic The over-the-top absurdity acts like a Trojan horse that sneaks in the incisive political critique In all three stories oppressing the other takes the form of invading and controlling their bodies In our society this control isn’t typically through kidnapping and surgery but via more subtle means Such as turning other bodies into objects of desire or contempt Much of Get Out’s explicit humor comes through Chris’s best friend Rod How can I get in trouble for patting down old lady? It’s standard procedure Terry just think of the elderly bitchin elderly she can’t hijack no motherfuckin plane He serves as the traditional comic relief but he’s also the movie’s heart as the only person who believes Chris Look what I’m about to tell you don’t sound crazy This scene in which the police laugh at his fears has a melancholy echo with the reality that black missing-person cases are statistically far more likely to go unsolved Even his funny references to the TSA build on a joking assumption that the police won’t care about helping Chris When Rose cries out for help The audience knows what’s about to come next if a white police officer steps out of a car Exactly what Rose is counting on Peele said he originally did intend that bleaker ending to remind people who voted for Obama that they weren’t living in a post-racial world But the director said that outrage over police shootings of black men convinced him that the movie needed to counter public anger and pain with an ending that “Gives us a hero Gives us an escape Gives us a positive feeling when we leave this movie When Rod comes to Chris’s rescue He serves as a comic deus ex machina I mean I told you not to go in the house Here the comedy and hope saved the story from the defeats which concludes Stepford or Rosemary Chris’s escape isn’t exactly a happy-ever-after though There’s still a threat implied Underneath our progress there is under the surface that lingering prejudice and antagonism After Get Out we might learn to be a little less naive a little more cautiously paranoid and open our eyes to how potently our history still informs our present

Maurice Vega

100 Responses

  1. This is only in the US unfortunately that you guys have to deal that much with those racial tensions.
    I feel bad for you America, hope you get better soon

  2. Racism is eveywhere. Most people dont like to be referred to as racist even if they are racist. Some do racist things knowing its racist, others try to control their racism especially in public. But in general everyone is racist.

  3. You looked way too deep. A whole heap of these metaphors have been shot down by the director/writer. It’s like English teachers overanalysing books and seeing things that just aren’t there. One thing I didn’t understand is why the patriarch of the family and his wife are doing menial tasks for their children. Also, if they’re in control of those bodies, why are they so unnatural. They seem like they’ve had lobotomies, not had brain transplants. Also, all these white people are wanting to transform into black people because they’re so “physically superior” Isn’t that racist as well?

  4. i feel that if people didn’t like the movie it must’ve been because the subtle aspects and deeper meaning completely went over their head and they saw it as a bad horror movie.

  5. Why was it necessary to have Chris, while strapped to the chair, watch that video explaining what was going on? …oh, so that the rest of us could get the explanation.

  6. is this get out explained or how close is this movie to stepford wives. one or two references was good enough

  7. I dont subscribe often, but when I do… great job ladies!! Very detailed, intricate work beautifully edited and narrated.

  8. OK I have one question. What if Chris hears someone using a spoon in a glass cup will he go back to the sunken place?

  9. As a woman of color, I wonder if there will be a movie about how sometimes other WOC could be my oppressors (as they are giving allegiance to a White Supremacist Patriarchy) or how I can be alienated by well-meaning white women.
    I love the conclusions you make about the three films: it's about control of someone's body and taking away their autonomy and how there are messy (unequal) power dynamics in relationships. I watched a video reviewing the scariest episodes of Girl cartoons and the reviewer concluded that girl's media is less afraid of gore and monsters and more afraid of losing control of one's body and mind.

  10. I also wonder if this movie is an allegory for the archetypal white girl dating a black guy that piss her family off and/or look progressive

  11. I always feel that you "get" a movie or you don't. Once you start analyzing everything it seems like you're reaching. I don't believe most of these are A+B=C unless I hear it from Jordan's mouth

  12. Brilliant movie but the way that this video describes something like 'white people's subtle smugness' as so bad but feels suggesting that black people are physically superior is alright perfectly highlights the ignorance and hypocrisy of today

  13. I literally get so disappointed when the videos are over. This channel is amazing! I could listen to them for hours!!

  14. I haven't seen this movie yet, but I've seen a lot of commentary/material on it. And that image of a horrified Chris crying with his mouth open is one of the most evocative and gripping images I've seen in media. Something about it is so raw and real, it hurts.

  15. I love how this video pointed at similarities between Get Out, Stepford Wives and Rosemary's Baby. This channel is really great at connecting stories to one another. 🙂

  16. Stepford wives told women in the 60s they were not happy now in 2019 they know what unhappiness is for real. Thanks for the fake liberation, I see they are now moving on to the next community.

  17. I think that "interracial relationship" is a misleading term and kind of racist. Biologically, there are no different human races, just different skin tones.

  18. while i was watching this movie i noticed that the eyes of the “slaves” always seemed sad or scared so i started covering the lower half of their faces to test this and damn, it gave me chills

  19. This movie truly exhibits the mind of white people. The truly obsessive intent on being like the black man. The white man's lust to be anybody else but himself, drives him to even impersonate an asian whose talent that made him a victim was not clearly articulated. This is a brilliant piece of satire that could only come from a.brilliant mind. This is what white people wants. Now the greatest lesson which should be learned by black women and men…and other races too, is that you must never get close to a white person. Stop this stupidity that love has no colour. It does

  20. I knew there was major symbolism in this film, now I have to see this movie again.
    All of the movies mentioned in this commentary were my favorite movies.
    Bravo! Well done Jordan Peele! I really underestimated just how awesome a filmmaker he is.
    I thought of him along the lines of M Night Shyamalan, just an updated horror film director. But, now I see him as really a true social conscious commentator, as well as a creative artist.

  21. I understand now why he was andre said for him to get out of here. It was like a warning so that chris didnt have to go through what he did??

  22. I wish they could make a sequel, and let us see more of the Coagula old people club. Or whatever the cult is called. It's more intriguing than the Elite Hunting Club from Hostel, that's for sure! Great movie, but needs better conclusion. Nothing a sequel can't fix. I wish they made that "Us" film the sequel! But NOOO!! It had to be some stupid supernatural movie. I guess the movie makers don't want our money… Oh well…

  23. Where's the comment on Rose eating her fruit loops separately from drinking her milk (keeping coloreds separate from whites…) This should clue us in that her point of view is a racist one.

  24. The bingo cards are a representation of the slave auction plain and simple. Look up Jordan Peele the director when you're done listening…. just a suggestion.

  25. The craziest thing in this whole movie was the father saying "i would have voted for Obama a 3 time if i coupd he is the best president ive ever seen " Statically Obama was a fucking horrible president and thats FACTSSS

  26. One thing I criticized about this movie is despite Peele's efforts to offer a critical opinion through satire, this film couldn't budge the consequential racial division. In the end, the film itself is much like Obama, who's becoming the most consequential president for racial issues. Peele himself also admitted the same concern on whether this film might induce suspiciousness too deep so that white and black people who watched this film would become even more suspicious to each other rather than compassionately trying to amend. Indeed that this film offers a critique but it also can't offer a refreshing, more optimistic view, albeit the happy ending.

  27. I think it was really interesting that they hit the deer and when the parents learn about the deer they hit, the dad says something along the lines of “oh yes I hate deer they damage the ecosystem there’s too many of them haha can you tell that I feel passionately about this?” . Then it is revealed that Chris’ mom was killed in a hit and run. I think Peel might have used the deer as symbolism to show there deep rooted racism that may not be so openly shared, but is there. Just my thoughts

  28. The movie would absolutely be genius if the story held up on its own and wasn't just a vessel for all the themes and motifs and whatnot.

  29. It's just another movie trying to say something about racism the thousandth time in it's undertones… And it wasn't even good, you can find many stupid bits in it.

  30. Speaking of symbolism you failed to mention the obvious occultic references, and Masonic symbolism littered throughout the film. This movie was about MK Ultra monarch programming and was very specific about it. The movie was Occultic and satanic to the core but nevermind about that let's talk about the"racism" instead of the more important theme that this stuff happens in reality through secret societies by the Elite. Peele is an Illuminati sellout.

  31. I always thought it would've made a better ending if Rod teamed up with the cop from the beginning to rescue Chris at the end, but that's just my opinion. There was also something fucked up about the ending to me that I never see anyone comment on: they kidnap almost exclusively black men, I think there were maybe 1 or 2 women in there. So whether or not the director meant to say it or not, black women are even less valuable in this world because they don't go to the trouble of kidnapping them.

  32. The whole "sunken place" dealie is supposed to focus on suppressing people's wills practically marginalizing people? As far as I'm concerned, the sunken place is a place where all hope is lost,…at least, I see it that way.

  33. Remember that the democrats, 1 and a half centuries were in favor of slavery, for the black's "physical and mental capacities of labour"….. , they haven't changed, they simply changed their way of populism.

  34. The lacrosse stick can also represent cultural appropriation of an oppressed group as it was invented by Native Americans but is now associated with rich white preppy culture

  35. About the deers : in the begging the dad says something about them being too much and one less only so much to go , can be says about black people or other social groups . Also about the eyes : you notice how especially on Twitter white people try to make themselves look like they are being discriminated when they are not ? And there is that psychological thing about people making themselves the victim so they avoid coincidences and I think that can be seen as a reference also .

    PS: sorry if it makes no sense . I'm just kind of brainstorming rn and also English is my second language so I might have made mistakes in the hurry .

  36. I also love how the title, Get Out, is a directive to the protagonist to literally get out from the Armitage house and save himself, BUT ALSO a directive to the audience (the film being a social commentary) to GET OUT and vote / march in the streets and continue to fight racial inequality goddamit I love Jordan Peele ??

  37. some possibilities – the casting of actors from the west wing also reinforces the criticism of lnaive liberalism the use of the name armitage may be a reference to HP Lovecraft's characters in the Dunwich horror a work of a renowned racist which serves as a archetype for the story of Rosemary's Baby

  38. Everyone has "white supremacy" confused with "jewish supremacy" . Jews pretend to be white when downing white people, but use their jewishness when they need to get ahead or make whites look bad. Look who owns almost all multi million dollar companies in america. ALL jewish. And if they happen to not be they are ZIONIST.

  39. God I could hardly sit throw this crap with you going on about White bloody privilege like I should kill my self for being white holy shit.

    THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS WHITE PRIVILEGE if there was I would not be a poor no friends unliked nearly employless 34 year old virgin.

    So just stop.

  40. Jordan Peele is an incredibly intelligent guy. Even in Key and Peele, we can get a glimpse of it. And this story is about racism but also about power. It is dangerous to have any kind of bias even it may seem positive. For e.g. as a brown guy, I feel I can say openly (white people don't say – lest they are called racist – but it is necessary to talk about these things) what I know what many white (and maybe other non-black) people think of black people – they think black men are stronger, more athletic, have a larger 'manhood' – they think black women are angry and loud and strong physically- I am stressing what many things – it is most definitely not everyone – they also think black people are more prone to violence and are not as sharp. About Asians, they think they are weaker in strength and smaller in size and "manhood" but smart and hard-working. To some extent, the same goes for Jews. Of course in public, they will not say anything and at times, they may say the positives.

    Positive stereotypes are as dangerous at the negative ones. We should start thinking of an individual as an individual and also seeing the influence behind something. For e.g. it is true that black and Latino gangs (i used Latino instead of Latinx as most gang-members are male) are more prevalent in the US today than white gangs. But this was different 50-60 yrs before. We had Italian and Russian and other gangs. And at that time, other white people looked down upon Southern or Eastern Europeans and preferred North-west Europeans. So, we can see even if the race is the same, we would blame other things like culture. Then, we have an environment where many people blame Muslims for terrorism. It is true that most terror activities are caused by people who happen to be Muslims and they are using the literature like Hadith to utilize this end. But we know that most Abrahamic religions have the same core. If it was Christians in the Middle East and Muslims in Europe and other places, we would see Christian terrorism. In India and Nepal, we have Maoist terrorism apart from any groups who have connections to religion. One can use any ideology to make people pick up guns. We have white people doing terror activities in NZ and the US. At the core, we must understand that crime and terror is linked to the complex geo-political-social environment.

    Solving this isn't easy. They found that a white and black guy have equal probability to have marijuana possession but the black person is 3 times as likely to be checked and prosecuted. Now, if we have people in prison for drug possession – it leads to kids growing without a parent – it leads to more poverty – and it would lead to more crime.

    I am originally from India – a very diverse country – we are all one race – but we have had issues with caste – as this is becoming less big – at least in cities – there are other differences creeping up. In my childhood, I have seen people from one state having stereotypes about people from other states. People from some states would think that people from surrounding states are not smart etc. So, it is possible to look down on people for so many reasons. There were some other issues that people should speak the language of the state to stay in the state. We see similar issues in Europe. The world will never be homogeneous and we need to start accepting an individual for themselves understanding that they will be influenced by everything around them.

  41. Also the Envy of the Black Body itself. strong, graceful ageing, healthier, the virility, they emulate under the Guise of mockery until you see total appropriation.

  42. This movie is also chocked full of CIA Operation Paperclip MK Ultra drugs, torture and programming, because that's what all of it is! Been going on since the early 50s, with not only black ti's (targeted individuals), but all races, as well as ages, male, female, and globally.

  43. Brilliant movie shame about Us. The same with Hereditary & the follow up Midsommar; they get our attention with they debuts then they follow ups just fall into Holywood repackaging.)

  44. Damn, he said it refers to somethings he has experienced? I bet elite and Hollywood Slave trade he is also hinting at and mk ultra!

  45. Stop dropping your voice into a growl at the end of every sentence. That is SUCH a bad habit that young women are getting into, I don't know and how it stared but FUCK it's annoying. Especially if you have misophonia. Yeah, that's my issue and problem but I cant' help it.

  46. This video made a lot of sense and the two movies are similar but different maybe he used it as motivation for Get Out

  47. i just keep remembering and thinking about different and deeper meanings to everything in this film. truly iconic and such a visionary. peele is a genius

    Right now, they are experimenting on the American public with these technologies. The CIA and the military are getting help from Zeta gray aliens! Please don't laugh. This is very serious! They are assisting them and giving them technology. HAARP is used for this. They are also possessing many of these operatives and controlling them. The grays are merely containers for the Galactic Federation beings and Ascended Masters. All are fallen angelic nephilim that controls the Illuminati and CIA, Tavistock, etc. They haven been possessing and tormenting me with a variety of angelic and demonic entities now for the past 20 years. This is an atrocity!!! Why aren't more people coming together to raise a stink over this? Instead, we just make movies about it? Time to wake up to what's going on people!!!

  49. The silver spoon is a reference to the “born with a silver spoon” phrase that’s used to refer to someone born into wealth.

  50. the elite luciferians believe in transhumanism and eugenics. research it people. they believe they are gods and can live forever. the Nazis were into eugenics. the study continues to this day. they believe their bodies might perish, but they believe they can live forever in another body or cyborg computer type hybrid. research what Jeffrey Epstein is into. research the founder of MacAfee antivirus software. these people are sick. bush, Clintons, pizzagate. its disgusting. in the old days only heavy metal bands were Satanists. look at hip hop now. they all adopt names designating themselves as gods. Mormons believe they can become gods. Mormons was started by a freemason. satan controls this world since he was cast out of heaven. he is the father of lies.

  51. "shows her allegiance more to her race and priveliege"… smh says ALOT about most folks today! so so sad and true! smh 🙁

  52. Started watching The Stepford Wives about 6 minutes ago after watching this video. Turns out it is a movie I have been meaning to watch, but didn't know the title to.

  53. Am i the only one who found this movie impossible to watch bc of the teacup sounds? it made me cringe so hard hhhh i almost stopped watching it

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