Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke on 'We are Americans' line in 'Us'

The stars of 'Us' discuss the meaning behind the chilling line in the movie, defining nationality and fear of 'the other.'
1:55 | 03/21/19

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Transcript for Lupita Nyong'o, Winston Duke on 'We are Americans' line in 'Us'
One of the lines the rings and her head hours after this it is line we are mere. I think units is exploring. Woman who with the monsters days swear the monster comes from. And as Jordan was it you know is it time and the monsters often. That did the other that person from the the country the president from the agriculture. Of the other race from the other agenda from the other political group. What about. The monster within ourselves you know when does that. Become something that we address. And so in so doing I think we're talking about. Tapestry. Of the American dream. The last thing we think about is the underprivileged you know the American dream what makes America. I'm act as it is sold to use. It to Google old. Is not. Hear the suffering. Not a disease that disparity between rich and cool not the difference between the haves and the have nots and yet the have not very much a part and parcel. Of a Mac. Really composition of redefinition. When you take words. Nationality. And and read to find out who gets to make. Who actually gets to make the decision of one and Americans. Other than the people living life other than the people experiencing. Every single day. The jobs to work family. The voting you know experiencing democracy. A lot of things about world news you know as prescribed. And defined for us but it's begging you to define it for yourself.

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