Jake K’s review published on Letterboxd:
On top of being one of the best directed, written, and imaginative films of the last decade, Parasite is also one of the most socially relevant. Worldwide wealth inequality continues to grow at a staggering rate, leaving little for those without both the connections and means to stay at the top of the pack. Parasite cleverly critiques this social order through spralling, smart, and simple metaphors that work in synergistic unity with the overarching story to create a natural feeling and engaging story, aided by strong visuals and well written characters.
"Da-song is an artist by nature. Look at this painting."
"It's so metaphorical. It's really strong."
"Strong, right? You've got an eye for this."
"It's a chimpanzee, right?"
"A self portrait."