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Movie Info & Cast
- Kang-ho Song
- Sun-kyun Lee
- Yeo-jeong Jo
- Woo-sik Choi
- So-dam Park
- Jeong-eun Lee
- Hye-jin Jang
- Ji-hye Lee
- Ji-so Jung
- Myeong-hoon Park
Did You Know?
- Won the Palme d'Or at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, the first Korean film to ever do so.
- Crank in basement to open door. Man could have let himself out.
- Chung-sook, Ki-taek's wife: If I had all this I would be kinder.
Atom User Reviews
JUST WATCH IT. It won that prestigious award for a reason.
Parasite, maybe the best film Bong has yet made, begins as a social-realist drama about a poor family struggling to find work in modern-day Seoul. By the end of its brisk two hours and 11 minutes, it will have cycled through black comedy, social satire, suspense, and slapstick.
Parasite is a malign delight from start to finish, with a Machiavellian sense of mischief and a cinematic brio that shows Bong revelling in his Hitchcockian control of somewhat Buñuelian material.
Like much of Bong’s work, Parasite is cumbersomely plotted and heavy-handed in its social commentary. The largely naturalistic treatment here may also alienate some of his fantasy fanboy constituency. That said, this prickly contemporary drama still feels more coherent and tonally assured than Snowpiercer or Okja, and packs a timely punch that will resonate in our financially tough, politically polarized times.