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Parasite Review The Lower Depths Rise With a Vengeance. In Bong Joon Ho s new film, a destitute family occupies a wealthy household in an elaborate scheme that goes comically then horribly wrong..With no Riviera red carpets to trip over, our film writers discuss what the festival means to movies, PRINT EDITIONBreathing Easy This Parasite Doesn t Need Any Oxygen|, Page D Feb. . Sunday Review .Parasite" seemed like a surprise, but look at it from another angle and it just may be the ideal movie for the academy. Credit Noel West for The New York Times Manohla Dargis has been the co chief film critic since ..

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'Parasite' Review The Lower Depths Rise With a Vengeance In Bong Joon Ho's new film, a destitute family occupies a wealthy household in an elaborate scheme that goes comically then .A poor family of four lives at the end of a dead end in the film "Parasite," by the Korean director Bong Joon ho, which wreaks a devastating twist on a dark truth of capitalism.. Editor's note This article contains spoilers for "Parasite." THE CENTRAL OBJECT in the director Bong Joon Ho's newest film, "Parasite," which won the Palme d'Or at this year's .No foreign language film has ever opened at the numbers of a new satirical comedy that opened this past weekend. A Korean film called "Parasite" opened to record au.nces in New York and LA and .Review Interpretation of the news heady issues by bending the medium of genre film to his will. With "Parasite," Bong's finest gets to that point threatens to sweep you away at times..'Parasite' 'Gisaengchung' Film Review At times the plot teasingly recalls Joseph Losey's The Servant and Pier Paolo Pasoloni New York based outfit Neon inked U.S. distribution rights at .