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The movie that I really liked and would like to talk about is named Parasite, which is a dark comedy suspense film produced by Bong Joon-ho in South Korea in 2019. Song Kang-ho, Lee Sunkyun, Cho Yeo-Jeong, Choi Woo-Shik, and Park So-dam starred in this movie and gave it the edge it needed.
At the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, it earned universal worldwide recognition and secured the Palme d’Or, making it the first Korean movie to win this award. It also made it in the 92nd Academy Awards, and it was chosen as the South Korean entry for Best International Feature Film.
Right on the day it debuted, I watched this movie in the theatre because I was completely mesmerized by the enigmatic teaser and the film’s unusual name. Also satisfying was the experience at the theatre, with a large projector, the mega audio system, the dark environment, and the varied reaction.
This movie Parasite makes its way into our conscious awareness. Initially, we giggled at its slanting of fact and the sheer temerity of its protagonists. But giggling quickly gives way to anxiety and then to grief, so I want those really sentimental feelings to be shared by my buddy. As Bong’s most sophisticated province declaration after Memories of Murder in 2003, Parasite is typically compelling and beautifully made, making a stand easily. I’m sure I’m not going to be selling any surprises here, but it’s enough to tell you’re not going to presume any of the details because once the plot heads into the blind alley, it’s going to remain really dark until the climax.