This is not a typical costume theater. This is not a costume theater as we have seen until now. It is not tea in the countryside with the priest and grand marches; It is not even young women who run away with excessive romance, who are seeking independence or at least have a well-matched partner. Lady Macbeth is as cold and windy and cruel as the North-England setting. In a way, Get Out, twist the story of violent sexual privilege and concession, in the presence of brash drama, with unrivaled challenges. This is an amazing movie.
The year was 1865, and young Katherine married a much older merchant, Alexander (Paul Hilton: London Road).