Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Lupita Nyong’o, Anna Diop
Directed By: Jordan Peele
Synopsis: A mother and father take their kids to their beach house, expecting to enjoy time with friends, but their serenity turns to tension and chaos when some visitors arrive uninvited.
This movie is directed by Jordan Peele and looks interesting and a bit comedic while still being creepy, and it looks like it is probably partly symbolic and probably has some hidden meanings and hidden messages in it.
I barely remember part of several dreams from last night with the first dream taking place along a wilderness trail with various areas to explore that probably belonged to the B Plant/Mill, it was nice & it covered a large variety of areas possibly reaching to the borders of another city and/or state and/or country in their wilderness, but that is all that I remember of this dream or this part of the dream.
In another dream or the same dream I am somewhere else in a fictional version of D, maybe near or on B property, and there was probably a news report playing in the air & in my mind at the same time about The B Plant / Paper Mill getting closed down for violations involving worker abuse & a secret religious society who was found to be truly running B secretly/illegally.
The news report showed some of the people who were assumed/alleged to be members of the secret religious society/high level workers of B walking away to their automobiles ignoring the media (one of them was a slightly over-fat man with dark brownish colored skin who was bald wearing a flat cap), the construction of new buildings set to start this year was canceled, and B was closed down completely it seemed; and I assumed that everyone lost their jobs as well which I hoped was not true, and that ruined my plans on applying for a job during the construction period & maybe after if I was fortunate but that is all that I can remember of this dream.
I had more dreams but I only remember part of one more dream that was a bit like the MTV TV show MTV Cribs, a male host & his camera crew went to Halle Berry’s Beach House on a cloudy depressive day that looked like it might rain, and the beach area was somewhat nice looking.
There was water, sand, and mostly wooden public pier-like/whatever areas; and along this public area on the left side there were a few single story homes connected/built into the public area and the public area had hangout areas, areas to sell stuff, et cetera.
The host and his camera crew walked on the wooden walkway on the left side until they reached the last house, and Halle Berry greeted them at her door looking a bit rough wearing something on her head (maybe a bandanna) & non-matching pajama-like/hospital gown-like clothes that did not look very attractive. (She looked/dressed a bit like someone who left a mental hospital or something still wearing her hospital gown)
The inside of her house was old/dusty/moldy/ugly/bare/et cetera, there was hardly any furniture, her bed was just two dirty/nasty old mattresses with no sheets or covers, there was a large hole cut into one rotted/molded wall that had some leaky pipes that needed to be fixed, the windows were painted with dark green colored paint to stop people from looking in which made the inside of the house seem darker & the walls/ceiling/floor were made of wood so it looked a bit dark already making it even darker looking inside her house, and one window in her bedroom was missing green paint in a few spots & clear tape was in those spots oddly which allowed a small view outside the window.
I remember Mrs. Berry saying that she kept the house this way because she wanted to relive her poor/low-income/lower-class upbringing or something like that, and she wanted to have a constant reminder of who she was.
At some point they walk outside to the beach & she joked about living alone with no pets/plants/kids/husband/boyfriend/roommate/et cetera, but she mentioned sometimes visiting with some friends; and so I guess she left the house sometimes.
There seemed to be something wrong with how Mrs. Berry was acting, dressing, and living like she was suffering from some mental/emotional/social problems or something like that; but I woke up.