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Movie Review 'Parasite' Snowpiercer director Bong Joon ho has made a South Korean social satire that's also a genre bending Palme d'Or winning thriller of class struggle..The script for "Parasite" will get a ton of attention as it's one of those clever twisting and turning tales for which the screenwriter gets the most credit Bong and Han Jin won, in this case , but this is very much an exercise in visual language that reaffirms Bong as a master.Working with the incredible cinematographer Kyung pyo Hong "Burning," "Snowpiercer" and an A list .The New Yorker Movie Club Sign up for The New Yorker's Movie Club Newsletter to get reviews of the current cinema, movie listings for the weekend ahead, and more. Enter your e mail address.New York based outfit Neon inked U.S. distribution rights at AFM last year. From the opening scene, Bong sets up a stark visual contrast between the unequal social castes at play here..