feedingbrett’s review published on Letterboxd:
As it draws us in its motives of twists, turns, excitement and thrills, we are encouraged to peel back the surface, revealing the ugliness that sits beneath. The artifice that lingers within the characters and their dynamics in the narrative correlate with their country’s current state of affairs. Bong displays the human endurance of a family forced to create their own opportunities in order for them to stay afloat.
This third entry into my essay series is on Parasite. With each passing viewing, it continues to fascinate me in its exploration of class dynamics and division.
I know it is taking me a while to develop these write-ups, but it has been a bit hard to find the time due to my new role at work. I do hope you would enjoy this one.